At Long Last… 1.0!

Earlier this week I uploaded the official Extensible 1.0 package for download.  Hooray!  It’s been a long time coming and I’m excited to finally hit this milestone.  You can browse the release notes to see what’s changed since the last release.  As always you can also try the demos or browse the API docs online.

Thank you to all who took advantage of the 1.0 pre-release sale and ordered licenses. Even though the sale is now over, it’s never too late to order a license and help support the project as we start working on new features.

Road Map

The next feature release will be 1.1, currently slated for early-to-mid-April. The primary focus will be on implementing recurrence and adding support for dividing the Day View into multiple sub-views, a la MS Outlook.  I’ll most likely sneak in a couple of additional minor features as well, like event tooltip support.

I’ll be looking at Ext 4 support very soon, and I plan to maintain separate branches for 3.x and 4.x support (for at least as long as Ext 3.x is officially supported by Sencha).  Ext 4.0 support will be provided as a free upgrade for any current Extensible 1.0 commercial license holders, regardless of how the Extensible version numbers end up working out (not sure about that yet).

I have a lot of other features already on the drawing board and will publish a longer-term road map soon.  I’m also using UserVoice to monitor community feedback on new feature requests and prioritizing based partially on that (as you can see by the 1.1 plans).  Do you have other features that you’d like to see in a future release?  Let me know!

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2 Responses to At Long Last… 1.0!

  1. Mats says:

    Looks awesome! 🙂

  2. Srikant Raghavachari says:

    Awesome job brian.