One of the greatest features of the Ext JS library is the ability to create layouts in an easy way. We can define fixed layouts or fluid layouts using the right classes.
At this point, we know how a container works. We can arrange the children of a container by setting a layout. If we don't define a layout to our containers, by default the
auto layout will be used. In our previous examples, we've used the
auto layout and as we could see the children are displayed one after another.
There are many available layouts we can use to arrange our components, such as
regions, and so on.
We can find all available layouts in the
Ext.layout.container package. If we go to the documentation and look into the layouts ...