Version 3 of GeoExt is the successor to the GeoExt 2-series and is built atop the following official installments of it's base libraries; OpenLayers 4.6.5 and ExtJS 6.2.0. The versions of GeoExt that support these libraries are version 3.3.2 and the older version 3.2.0.
GeoExt is an OSGeo Community project - a member of the Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo) family of projects. Everybody is invited to help us create the next version of GeoExt.
Since version 3, GeoExt is based upon Ext JS 6.2.0.
This means GeoExt can be used just like any other Ext component, and applications making use of GeoExt also profit from Ext JS enhancements like charting, a harmonized API with Sencha Touch and a sophisticated single-file build tool.
GeoExt 3 is a rather young project, a lot of the code and structural decisions come from a code sprint in Bonn. 9 developers gathered there from 2015-06-17 to 2015-06-19. We are deeply grateful that our sponsors helped to start GeoExt 3.
Now, have a look at the examples below, read the API documentation, the API documentation (including ExtJS classes) or checkout the code
|v3.3.2||API documentation||API documentation (including ExtJS classes)|
|v3.2.0||API documentation||API documentation (including ExtJS classes)|
|v3.1.0||API documentation||API documentation (including ExtJS classes)|
|v3.0.0||API documentation||API documentation (including ExtJS classes)|
|master||API documentation||API documentation (including ExtJS classes)|
There are multiple ways to download and use GeoExt.
npm install @geoext/geoext
git clone https://github.com/geoext/geoext.git
Each approach has upsides and downsides, so if you want to use GeoExt in your project, please refer to these more detailed instructions with hints on how to download / use GeoExt efficiently.
… coming soon
The following table lists the versions of OpenLayers and ExtJS that the respective version of GeoExt is compatible with:
|> 4||6.2.0||master||work in progress|
|2.13.1||5.1.0 / 4.2.1||2.1.x||released|