Sencha is an app development company that provides products to enable developers to create web applications for desktops, tablets, and smartphones. Its Ext JS product features high-performance UI components like Pivot Grid, D3 Adapter, HTML5 Calendar, and more. In this article, we cover user reviews and pricing. Ready to try Sencha? Get a free trial.
What Sencha Does Well
As of the date this article was written (12/11/18), there are not a lot of up-to-date positive Sencha user reviews online. However, some users like that Sencha provides rich UI components, as well as a wide range of elements, tools, and controls for web applications development.
What Sencha Does Not Do Well
There are very few up-to-date negative user reviews of Sencha online. Some of them said though that Sencha’s products are too expensive compared to other controls providers in the market and that the generation of HTML tags and CSS code is difficult to manage. It is notable, however, that most users are happy with the software in general.
Sencha has four paid subscription packages: Ext JS ($6,280 to $9,190/license for up to five developers), ExtReact ($1,195/year/developer), GXT ($8,450/license for up to five developers) and Sencha Test ($2,475/year for up to 5 developers). The main differences between the packages are the included tools and features.
All licenses include free maintenance, support, and upgrades for their first year. Users may contact Sencha’s renewal team if they want to continue with the maintenance and support features after the first year.
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Check out the list below of some of Sencha’s features:
- Rich Data Analytics
- Sophisticated Data Visualization
- Back-end Agnostic Data Package
- Layout Manager and Responsive Configs
- Accessibility Package (ARIA) for Section 508 compliance
- Customizable Built-In Themes
- IDE and Code Editor Plugins
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Does Sencha provide training on how to use their software and products?
Here is a list of some of Sencha’s popular integrations:
- Cordova API
- Spring MVC