Sencha Ext Js 6 Bootcamp in a Book

Author: Steven D. Drucker
Publisher:
ISBN: 1539406660
Release Date: 2016-10-19
Genre:

Ext JS 6.2 Bootcamp in a Book (Classic Toolkit Edition) teaches you the fundamentals of creating scalable, highly maintainable, x-device compatible, production-ready web applications using Sencha's Ext JS 6.2 Javascript framework. Over 50 hands-on exercises and 600 pages of instruction guide you through nearly every facet of the framework. This is the coursebook that Fig Leaf Software uses to deliver our 1-3 week Ext JS "Build your Own Bootcamp" to enterprise developers worldwide. For more information about our training and professional services, contact us at www.figleaf.com.

Sencha Architect App Development

Author: Loiane Groner
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 9781782169826
Release Date: 2013-01-01
Genre: Computers

A standard tutorial-based approach for using Sencha Architect to develop applications in Ext JS and Sencha Touch.Sencha Architect App Development is for Ext JS and Sencha Touch developers that are looking to improve their productivity by using Sencha Architect for app development. Basic knowledge of Ext JS and Sencha Touch is required.

Sencha Ext Js 5 Bootcamp in a Book

Author: Steve Drucker
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 1511659580
Release Date: 2015-04-02
Genre:

Sencha Ext JS 5 Bootcamp in a Book teaches you everything that you need to know in order to build a cross-browser, x-device compatible, next-generation web application using nothing but Javascript and good intentions.This book contains over 60 hands-on exercises that cover nearly every aspect of developing enterprise-grade web apps using Sencha's Ext JS 5 javascript framework.Table of Contents: Introducing the Course Introducing Ext JS 5 Implementing the 3-tier architecture Reviewing features and capabilities Reviewing the Ext JS examples Introducing MVC and MVVM Introducing the Class System Generating App Scaffolding with Sencha Cmd Using the API Docs Debugging and troubleshooting your app Getting Help from the Sencha Network Defining Views Deep-Diving into the Class System Working with DOM Elements vs. Ext Components Using the Component Hierarchy Instantiating a Viewport Using the Border Layout Defining Panels Defining Toolbars, Buttons, and Menus Handling User Events with ViewControllers Working with Tab Panels Supporting the "back" button with Routes Working with Windows Implementing a Dashboard Reading Complex Data from an App Server Understanding AJAX and REST Implementing View Models and Data Binding Implementing Roles-Based Security Defining a Data Model Defining a Proxy Reading Multiple Records into a Data Store Using Chained Stores Visualizing Tabular Data in Grids Defining a Grid Using Grid Widgets Implementing Data Pagination Defining Grouped Grids Enhancing Grouped Grids Editing Data in Grids Generating Markup from Data Working with XTemplates Looping Through Data Implementing Conditional Processing Executing Inline JavaScript Binding Custom JavaScript Methods to XTemplates Performing Basic Calculations in an XTemplate Binding a Template to a Component Using the DataView Visualizing Hierarchical Data in Trees Introducing the TreeStore Understanding the NodeInterface Class Implementing a Tree Panel Implementing a Tree Grid Working with Heterogeneous Node Types Using Trees as an Input Mechanism Visualizing Data in Charts Instantiating a Chart Configuring Chart Axes Configuring Chart Labels Configuring Chart Legends Using Chart Interactions Working with Bar Charts Working with Line Charts Working with Gauges Maintaining State Configuring the State Provider Saving the State of Components Adding State Management to Non-Stateful Components Creating Data Entry Forms Creating Data Entry Forms Defining a Form Configuring Form Fields Using the Combo Box Field Sizing Fields with the Anchor Layout Sizing Fields with the Form Layout Assigning Default Configuration Values Grouping Fields Validating Input Data Formatting the Data Validation Error Messages Submitting Data to the Server for Processing Binding Grids to Forms Theming your App Going into Production Documenting your App with JSDuck Unit Testing with Jasmine and Siesta Generating Testing and Production Builds Appendix A: Configuring your Development Environment Appendix B: Congressional Earmarks Lab Appendix C: Proposal Manager Lab

Ext JS in Action

Author: Jesus Garcia
Publisher: Manning Publications
ISBN: 1617290327
Release Date: 2013-07-28
Genre: Computers

Offers inforamtion on building and scaling full-featured web applications, including how to customize and build Ext widgets.

Ext JS 6 By Example

Author: Anand Dayalan
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 9781783552306
Release Date: 2015-08-28
Genre: Computers

Create powerful, real-world web applications with Ext JS 6 using sample projects About This Book Explore, debug, and get practical by extending the sample projects, including a sample RESTful API project in Ext JS 6 Gain a quick and easy understanding through working source code and get an explanation of multiple cool sample projects A project-based guide to help you get your hands on real-world applications Who This Book Is For If you're a front web developer who is looking to learn a new JavaScript framework, or if you already know about Ext JS and are looking for a practical resource with multiple example projects to get expert-level knowledge in Ext JS, then this guide will be a great resource for you. A basic understanding of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript is expected. What You Will Learn Install Ext JS Sencha Cmd 6 and debugging tools such as Illumination, App Inspector, and Sencha Fiddle Understand and apply the core concepts and querying capabilities of Ext JS 6 Dive deep into powerful components such as Grid, Data View, Trees, and different kinds of charts including 3D charts as well as Bar, Area, Pie, Line charts Discover how an Ext JS 6 application communicates with the server side through Data Packages such as Stores and Proxies Discover how to create responsive web applications and client-side routing Acquire and implement knowledge on accessibility, localization, and the drag-and-drop and theming capabilities of Ext JS 6 In Detail Ext JS is one of the most famous JavaScript frameworks used to create rich interactive web applications using techniques such as Ajax, DHTML, JSON, and DOM scripting. It provides a complete rich set of GUI controls, has an excellent API for AJAX and REST, and helps users to organize their code with Model View ViewModel (MVVM) or the MVC architecture, and supports two-way data binding, responsive layouts, responsive design, and more. It is an extensive, one-stop-shop to build an JavaScript RIA application. This book starts with a clear step-by-step installation guide for Ext JS 6 and the additional tools required for development on both Mac and Windows operating systems. It then covers the core concepts and fundamentals of Ext JS 6. We move on to focus on multiple basic GUI controls such as buttons, message boxes, and menus, and a sample project that covers the fundamental and basic GUI controls. You'll also learn how to design a form with form fields such as a text field, number field, date picker, label, and radio button, and learn about form validation. We proceed to show you how to organize your code using the MVVM application architecture, and you'll then jump into advanced controls such as Grids, Trees, Data Views, and Charts. You'll also learn about the API required for AJAX and REST communication, and learn all need to know about Ext JS Data Packages. A working RESTful API sample project is included to help you explore the Data Packages. Finally, we end with a discussion on responsive design, theming your application, and the available plugins. Style and approach This is an example-based guide to help you develop rich Internet applications using Ext JS 6. Most of the chapters start with a particular concept and code example, and end with a cool sample project that uses the concepts learned in the chapter.

Ext JS Essentials

Author: Stuart Ashworth
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 9781784390402
Release Date: 2015-04-27
Genre: Computers

If you are a developer looking to develop rich Internet applications, then this book is for you. This book assumes that you have experience developing software and enables you to quickly hit the ground running with this amazing framework.

Ext Js 6

Author: Jay Aguilar
Publisher:
ISBN: 1539380858
Release Date: 2016-10-18
Genre:

This book is an exploration of Ext JS, which is a JavaScript framework. It begins by giving the user a brief overview of Ext JS. An explanation on what it is has been given as well as where it is used. The next step is a guide for you on how to create a sample app in Ext JS 6. You are guided on how to create a login app. The app involves both the login and logout functionalities. The components making the user interface for this app are discussed and then added to the app. These include the buttons, the text fields, and the necessary labels. The process of authenticating the credentials provided by the user is discussed, putting you in a position to do it. The functionalities, both login and logout, are handled in the app. You will learn how to use the various functions which can be used for doing these tasks. The various components which are used in Ext JS 6 are explored in detail. The first component to be discussed is the grids. You will learn how to create these in Ext JS 6. The two types of editing, that is, cell and row editing are examined, as well as how to enable these in your application. Trees are also discussed, which are used for holding data hierarchically. You will learn how to add nodes to your tree, along with the process of loading a tree, either the entire tree or part of it. The following topics are discussed in this book: - A Brief Overview - Creating a Login System - Components

Mastering Ext JS Second Edition

Author: Loiane Groner
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 9781784399436
Release Date: 2015-02-24
Genre: Computers

If you are a developer who is familiar with Ext JS and want to augment your skills to create even better web applications, this is the book for you. Basic knowledge of JavaScript/HTML/CSS and any server-side language (PHP, Java, C#, Ruby, or Python) is required.

JavaScript Absolute Beginner s Guide

Author: Kirupa Chinnathambi
Publisher: Que
ISBN: 0789758067
Release Date: 2016-07-08
Genre: Computers

JavaScript Absolute Beginner's Guide No experience necessary! Make the most of JavaScript -- even if you've never programmed anything before. This book is the fastest way to learn JavaScript and use it together with CSS3 and HTML5 to create powerful web and mobile experiences. Learn how to do what you want, the way you want, one incredibly easy step at a time. JavaScript has never been this simple! This is the easiest, most practical beginner s guide to programming JavaScript with simple, reliable instructions for doing everything you really want to do! Here s a small sample of what you ll learn: Learn why JavaScript is awesome Organize your code with variables Understand how functions make your code reusable Use the popular if/else statement to help make a decision in code Learn about switch statements and when to use them Work with for, while, and do...while loops Learn how to use global and local scope Understand what closures are Learn about the various places your code can live Understand how to write comments and good commenting practices Learn about the basic types of objects you'll run into in JavaScript Find out that pizza has an educational value beyond just being deliciously awesome Understand how text is treated in JavaScript Learn how to perform common string operations Use arrays to handle lists of data Learn to create custom objects Purchase of "JavaScript Absolute Beginner's Guide" in any format includes free access to the online Web Edition, which provides several special features to help you learn: The complete text of the book online Short videos by the author introducing each chapter Interactive quizzes to test your understanding of the material Updates and corrections as they become available This Web Edition can be viewed on all types of computers and mobile devices with any modern web browser that supports HTML5. Contents at a Glance 1 Hello, World! Part I: The Basic Stuff 2 Values and Variables 3 Functions 4 Conditional Statements: If, Else, and Switch 5 Meet the Loops: For, While, and Do While! 6 Timers 7 Variable Scope 8 Closures 9 Where Should Your Code Live? 10 Commenting Your Code Part II: It s an Object-Oriented World 11 Of Pizza, Types, Primitives, and Objects 12 Strings 13 When Primitives Behave Like Objects 14 Arrays 15 Numbers 16 A Deeper Look at Objects 17 Extending Built-in Objects 18 Booleans and the Stricter === and !== Operators 19 Null and Undefined 20 Immediately Invoked Function Expressions Part III: Working with the DOM 21 JS, The Browser, and The DOM 22 Finding Elements in the DOM 23 Modifying DOM Elements 24 Styling Your Content 25 Traversing the DOM 26 Creating and Removing DOM Elements 27 In-Browser Developer Tools Part IV: Dealing with Events 28 Events 29 Event Bubbling and Capturing 30 Mouse Events 31 Keyboard Events 32 Page Load Events and Other Stuff 33 Handling Events for Multiple Elements 34 Conclusion "

Lean Websites

Author: Barbara Bermes
Publisher: SitePoint
ISBN: 9781457192913
Release Date: 2015-06-02
Genre: COMPUTERS

A practical book on website performance for web developers, concentrating mainly on front-end performance improvement. It covers plenty of solid theory, but is also packed with useful, real world hints and tips that you can use on your sites today. Topics covered include: User experience, design and performance Measuring and monitoring performance Setting up a page weight budget Network and server improvements Optimizing images and video Optimizing scripts and third party content Lean DOM operations The book also comes with a handy "cheat sheet" summarizing many of the key tips contained within the book.

Angular 2 Cookbook

Author: Matt Frisbie
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 9781785887505
Release Date: 2017-01-20
Genre: Computers

Discover over 70 recipes that provide the solutions you need to know to face every challenge in Angular 2 head on About This Book A first-rate reference guide with a clear structure and intuitive index that gives you as a developer exactly the information you want in exactly the way you want it Covers no legacy material from the outdated Angular release candidates; it is up-to-date with the latest release of Angular 2.4 All the code in the book is explicitly written out, and every piece of code shown is a step towards building a simple working example Who This Book Is For This book is for developers who are competent with JavaScript and are looking to dive headfirst into the TypeScript edition of Angular 2. This book is also geared towards developers with experience in Angular 1 who are looking to make the transition. What You Will Learn Understand how to best move an Angular 1 application to Angular 2 Build a solid foundational understanding of the core elements of Angular 2 such as components, forms, and services Gain an ability to wield complex topics such as Observables and Promises Properly implement applications utilizing advanced topics such as dependency injection Know how to maximize the performance of Angular 2 applications Understand the best ways to take an Angular 2 application from TypeScript in a code editor to a fully function application served on your site Get to know the best practices when organizing and testing a large Angular 2 application In Detail Angular 2 introduces an entirely new way to build applications. It wholly embraces all the newest concepts that are built into the next generation of browsers, and it cuts away all the fat and bloat from Angular 1. This book plunges directly into the heart of all the most important Angular 2 concepts for you to conquer. In addition to covering all the Angular 2 fundamentals, such as components, forms, and services, it demonstrates how the framework embraces a range of new web technologies such as ES6 and TypeScript syntax, Promises, Observables, and Web Workers, among many others. This book covers all the most complicated Angular concepts and at the same time introduces the best practices with which to wield these powerful tools. It also covers in detail all the concepts you'll need to get you building applications faster. Oft-neglected topics such as testing and performance optimization are widely covered as well. A developer that reads through all the content in this book will have a broad and deep understanding of all the major topics in the Angular 2 universe. Style and approach This book follows a cookbook approach—each recipe presents a unique problem to which the solution is presented in a clear, concise, and manner step-by-step manner. With practical hands-on guidance in each and every recipe, you'll be able to get to grips with the concepts.

Test Driving JavaScript Applications

Author: Venkat Subramaniam
Publisher: Pragmatic Bookshelf
ISBN: 9781680504903
Release Date: 2016-10-07
Genre: Computers

Debunk the myth that JavaScript is not easily testable. Whether you use Node.js, Express, MongoDB, jQuery, AngularJS, or directly manipulate the DOM, you can test-drive JavaScript. Learn the craft of writing meaningful, deterministic automated tests with Karma, Mocha, and Chai. Test asynchronous JavaScript, decouple and properly mock out dependencies, measure code coverage, and create lightweight modular designs of both server-side and client-side code. Your investment in writing tests will pay high dividends as you create code that's predictable and cost-effective to change. Design and code JavaScript applications with automated tests. Writing meaningful tests is a skill that takes learning, some unlearning, and a lot of practice, and with this book, you'll hone that skill. Fire up the editor and get hands-on through practical exercises for effective automated testing and designing maintainable, modular code. Start by learning when and why to do manual testing vs. automated verification. Focus tests on the important things, like the pre-conditions, the invariants, complex logic, and gnarly edge cases. Then begin to design asynchronous functions using automated tests. Carefully decouple and mock out intricate dependencies such as the DOM, geolocation API, file and database access, and Ajax calls to remote servers. Step by step, test code that uses Node.js, Express, MongoDB, jQuery, and AngularJS. Know when and how to use tools such as Chai, Istanbul, Karma, Mocha, Protractor, and Sinon. Create tests with minimum effort and run them fast without having to spin up web servers or manually edit HTML pages to run in browsers. Then explore end-to-end testing to ensure all parts are wired and working well together. Don't just imagine creating testable code, write it. What You Need: A computer with a text editor and your favorite browser. The book provides instructions to install the necessary automated testing-related tools.

Ordering Disorder

Author: Khoi Vinh
Publisher: Pearson Education
ISBN: 0321713737
Release Date: 2010-11-23
Genre: Computers

The grid has long been an invaluable tool for creating order out of chaos for designers of all kinds—from city planners to architects to typesetters and graphic artists. In recent years, web designers, too, have come to discover the remarkable power that grid-based design can afford in creating intuitive, immersive, and beautiful user experiences. Ordering Disorder delivers a definitive take on grids and the Web. It provides both the big ideas and the brass-tacks techniques of grid-based design. Readers are sure to come away with a keen understanding of the power of grids, as well as the design tools needed to implement them for the World Wide Web. Khoi Vinh is internationally recognized for bringing the tried-and-true principles of the typographic grid to the World Wide Web. He is the former Design Director for NYTimes.com, where he consolidated his reputation for superior user experience design. He writes and lectures widely on design, technology, and culture, and has published the popular blog Subtraction.com for over a decade. More information at grids.subtraction.com

Coding with JavaScript For Dummies

Author: Chris Minnick
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781119056065
Release Date: 2015-05-12
Genre: Computers

Go from beginner to builder quickly with this hands-on JavaScript guide Coding with JavaScript For Dummies provides easy, hands-on instruction for anyone looking to learn this popular client-side language. No experience? No problem! This friendly guide starts from the very beginning and walks you through the basics, then shows you how to apply what you've learned to real projects. You'll start building right away, including web page elements and simple applications, so you can immediately see how JavaScript is used in the real world. Online exercises allow you to test your code and expand your skills, and the easy-to-follow instruction provides step-by-step guidance toward understanding the JavaScript syntax, applications, and language. JavaScript enhances static web pages by providing dynamic elements that can adapt and react to user action. It's a need-to-know tool for aspiring web designers, but anyone can benefit from understanding this core development language. Coding with JavaScript For Dummies takes you from beginner to builder quickly as you: Learn what JavaScript does, how it works, and where to use it Master the core elements of JavaScript and immediately put it to work Build interactive web elements and try out your code online Create basic applications as you apply JavaScript to the app development workflow Anytime a website responds to your movement around the screen, that's JavaScript. It makes websites more functional, more beautiful, and more engaging, and your site visitors will demand nothing less. If you want to build a better website, you need JavaScript. If you need JavaScript, Coding with JavaScript For Dummies gets you started off quickly and painlessly, with plenty of hands-on practice.