With my background in Ext JS, React’s component-oriented design felt natural. Conceptually, the two frameworks have a lot of similarities. Both provide a JS-based abstraction of the DOM. Both allow you to encapsulate functionality in the form of reusable components. React’s props are similar to Ext JS configs. After a little digging into React’s renderer APIs, I found that this is totally possible. At SenchaCon 2016, I’ll be demonstrating a new package called react-extjs that allows you to use any React JS VS ExtJS. 


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