ExtJS xtemplate Example


You want to use an html template within client-side ExtJS code.

Tested in ExtJS Version



Use ExtJS’s xtemplates.

 Ext.onReady(function() {
  var trackStore = new Ext.data.Store({
    storeId: 'soundCloudStore',
    proxy: {
      type: 'ajax',
      url: 'blues.json',
      reader: {
        type: 'json',
        idProperty: 'id'
    fields:['duration', 'genre', 'created_at', 'kind', 'title', 'id']
    function(records, operations, successful) { 
      var panel =  Ext.create('Ext.panel.Panel', {
        title: 'Tracks',
        store: trackStore,
        height: 190,
        width: 550,
        renderTo: Ext.getBody()
  var tpl = new Ext.XTemplate(
    '<tpl for=".">',
      '<tpl for="data">',
      '<b>Title:</b> {title}',
        '<tpl if="genre != &quot;&quot;">',		  '
      '<b>Genre:</b> {genre}',
        '<tpl if="duration &gt; 1">',
           '<b>Duration:</b> {duration}',
  tpl.overwrite(panel.body, records);


A popular alternative to ExtJS templates is eJS:

See also the ExtJS ToolTips for an example of where this could be used, and the ExtJS ListView example to see another rendition of the same data..


3 Replies to “ExtJS xtemplate Example”

  1. Hi Gary, thanks for your exmaple. Have you any idea how to use a {x} variable inside a function in this template. for example this code is not working :
    ‘ {[new Date({timestamp} + 1000*3600)]} ‘

    but :
    ‘ {[new Date(132502 + 1000*3600)]} ‘ is fine.

  2. How would you write this in an ExtJs 4.2 MVC application? How to seperate the controller, model and view parts? Xtemplate falls in view or controller?

    Thank you in advance.

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