Author: Steven D. Drucker
Release Date: 2016-10-19
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.
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.
Author: Jay Aguilar
Release Date: 2016-10-18
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.
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
Author: Chris Minnick
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Release Date: 2015-05-12