Ext JS in Action, Second Edition teaches Ext JS from the ground up. You'll start with a quick overview of the framework and then explore the core components by diving into complete examples, engaging illustrations, and crisp, straightforward explanations. You'll feel like you have an expert guide right at your elbow teaching you important Ext techniques and offering insight into its inner workings. Along the way, you'll learn the best practices for building and scaling full-featured web applications, including how to customize and build Ext widgets. Fully revised for Ext JS 4.0.
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Ext JS in Action, Second Edition starts with a quick overview of the framework and then explores the core components by diving into complete examples, engaging illustrations, and clear explanations. You'll feel like you have an expert guide at your elbow as you learn the best practices for building and scaling full-featured web applications.
Purchase of the print book includes a free eBook in PDF, Kindle, and ePub formats from Manning Publications.
- Building professional web apps with Ext JS
- Stamping out DOM fragments with templates
- Customizing and building Ext widgets
- Masterful UI design
- Fully revised for Ext JS version 4.0
About the Authors
Jay Garcia is a well-known member of the Ext JS community and a contributor to the framework. He wrote Sencha Touch in Action. Grgur Grisogono founded SourceDevCon in London, UK and Split, Croatia. Jacob Andresen is a consultant specializing in large scale internet applications.
Table of Contents
Part 1: Introduction to Ext JS 4.0
Chapter 1. A framework apart
Chapter 2. DOM manipulation
Chapter 3. Components and containers
Part 2: Ext JS components
Chapter 4. Core UI components
Chapter 5. Exploring layouts
Chapter 6. Forms in Ext JS
Chapter 7. The data store
Chapter 8. The grid panel
Chapter 9. Taking root with trees
Chapter 10. Drawing and charting
Chapter 11. Remote method invocation with Ext Direct
Chapter 12. Drag-and-drop
Part 3: Building an application
Chapter 13. Class system foundations
Chapter 14. Building an application