Building a “live” search feature for an Ext JS Grid is pretty simple. This tutorial shows you an example of how to set up this search feature for an Ext JS Grid that is connected to a .NET and MySQL backend.
The Ext JS application that we will build in this article has a Grid that displays data about the albums of a hypothetical music collection. A search box in the Grid’s Toolbar will allow users to filter the albums by title or artist. As a user types in the search box, the Grid will pull filtered data from the server: