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How to Use Sencha Ext JS IntelliJ IDEA Plugin v6.0.12.559 to Develop Web Applications Faster and Easier


How to Use Sencha Ext JS IntelliJ IDEA Plugin v6.0.12.559 to Develop Web Applications Faster and Easier




If you are a web developer who uses Sencha Ext JS framework and IntelliJ IDEA IDE, you might be interested in the latest version of Sencha Ext JS IntelliJ IDEA Plugin. This plugin is a powerful tool that helps you to create, edit, debug, and test Ext JS applications within IntelliJ IDEA.


Sencha Ext JS IntelliJ IDEA Plugin v6.0.12.559



In this article, we will show you how to install and use Sencha Ext JS IntelliJ IDEA Plugin v6.0.12.559, which is compatible with Ext JS 7.4 and IntelliJ IDEA 2021.1. We will also highlight some of the new features and improvements that this plugin offers.


How to Install Sencha Ext JS IntelliJ IDEA Plugin v6.0.12.559




To install Sencha Ext JS IntelliJ IDEA Plugin v6.0.12.559, you need to have a valid Sencha Ext JS license and an active support subscription. You can download the plugin from the Sencha website or from the JetBrains Marketplace.


Once you have downloaded the plugin, you can install it in IntelliJ IDEA by following these steps:


  • Open IntelliJ IDEA and go to File > Settings > Plugins.



  • Click on the gear icon and select Install Plugin from Disk.



  • Browse to the location where you saved the plugin file and select it.



  • Click OK and restart IntelliJ IDEA when prompted.



After restarting IntelliJ IDEA, you should see a Sencha icon in the toolbar and a Sencha menu in the main menu.


How to Use Sencha Ext JS IntelliJ IDEA Plugin v6.0.12.559




Sencha Ext JS IntelliJ IDEA Plugin v6.0.12.559 provides many features and functionalities that make developing Ext JS applications easier and faster. Here are some of the main ones:


  • You can create new Ext JS projects or import existing ones using the Sencha Project Wizard.



  • You can use code completion, navigation, refactoring, formatting, and documentation for Ext JS classes, components, configs, events, methods, properties, and xtypes.



  • You can use live templates and file templates to generate common code snippets and files.



  • You can use code inspections and quick fixes to detect and correct errors and warnings in your code.



  • You can use the Sencha Inspector to inspect and modify the state of your running application in the browser.



  • You can use the Sencha Debugger to set breakpoints, watch variables, evaluate expressions, and step through your code in the browser.



  • You can use the Sencha Test Runner to run unit tests and functional tests for your application.


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