Hi Paul! The package you are trying to use from NuGet ( is for WebSharper 2.4 - (versions for bindings move with the (major.minor) of the main compiler) and it's 9+ years old. As such, it also references and uses what Ext JS used to be 9+ years ago. It still works, but the API has significant deviations.

The Ext JS snippets on Try WebSharper use an enhanced version of that extension that we maintained for a while as part of our premium offering - with a lot more than just the bindings, including a type provider to Sencha Architect projects, and others. You are right, this extension is not on public NuGet nor on GitHub at the moment, but I'd love to get it there.

By on 8/30/2021 3:20 AM ()
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