Ext JS in Action


This cross-browser JavaScript library provides an extensive collection of high-quality widgets, an intuitive and extensible component model, and a rich API that enterprise developers find especially comfortable to use. And they have used it to build rock-solid web applications, in many very different companies including Adobe, Aetna, Amazon, Best Buy, Hallmark, Panasonic, Pixar, Siemens, Sony, and Visa.

Ext JS in Action is a comprehensive guide to Ext JS. By following its rich examples, patterns, and best practices, you’ll achieve the kinds of results you only see in top JavaScript applications. This book thoroughly explores every class, component, and model, and shows you how to build rich, dynamic user interfaces and responsive applications. You will learn Ext JS inside and out—and your apps will stand out from the crowd.

What’s Inside

  • Explore the depths of Ext JS 3.0
  • Create rich and dynamic UIs
  • Extend the framework and write plug-ins
  • Watch the author develop an Ext JS app

This book assumes a reader with a foundation in JavaScript, but no previous exposure to Ext JS.

Table of Contents
Part 1: Introduction to Ext JS
Chapter 1. A framework apart
Chapter 2. Back to the basics
Chapter 3. Events, Components, and Containers

Part 2: Ext JS Components
Chapter 4. A place for Components
Chapter 5. Organizing Components
Chapter 6. Ext JS takes form

Part 3: Data-driven Components
Chapter 7. The venerable GridPanel
Chapter 8. The EditorGridPanel
Chapter 9. DataView and ListView
Chapter 10. Charts
Chapter 11. Taking root with trees
Chapter 12. Menus, Buttons, and Toolbars

Part 4: Advanced Ext
Chapter 13. Drag-and-drop basics
Chapter 14. Drag and drop with widgets
Chapter 15. Extensions and plug-ins

Part 5: Building applications
Chapter 16. Developing for reusability
Chapter 17. The application stack

Book Details

  • Paperback: 496 pages
  • Publisher: Manning Publications (November 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1935182110
  • ISBN-13: 978-1935182115
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2 Responses

  1. agustincba says:

    Amazing !… Stunning !!!… Thankx !

  2. bax says:

    Does anybody have the second edition ?

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