Initialize and Deploy UI Widgets using Packt’s new ebook

March 2013 | Open Source, Web Development

Instant Wijmo Widgets How-to is a new book from Packt that will help readers get equipped with the necessary tools that Wijmo and Knockout JS provide for easing and speeding up UI development. Readers will learn the basic techniques for initializing and deploying various UI widgets that serve a specific purpose.

About the Author:
Tochi Eke-Okoro, currently the Tech Lead of Front End Engineering at Joor Inc., has worked with billion dollar companies and startups as both a backend and frontend developer. He enjoys fiddling with Object Oriented Javascript, hacking JQuery Plugins, Ajax, JSON, PHP scripting, Terminal and C++ and playing mission based video and sport games, chess, and manga animations.

Wijmo Widgets How-to is structured to take readers from easy to seemingly difficult topics. Although some widgets are easier to initialize than others, the overall deployment of a widget is basic and straightforward, without the complexities encountered in various JQuery plugins.

The book consists of standalone chapters, giving readers the flexibility to delve into just what they need to resolve a particular task. Readers will learn to create live stream charts displaying real time data, roll out customized themes via JQuery UI themerollers, and make calendars, sliders, dynamic and animated charts quickly and easily.

Instant Wijmo Widgets How-to is perfect for aspiring and experienced UI developers. Developers with a good working knowledge of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript who are comfortable using jQuery will find this book an interesting read. For more information, please visit the book page at http://www.packtpub.com/how-to-use-wijmo-widgets/book

 

Instant Wijmo Widgets How-to
Use Wijmo tools to speed up UI Development

For more information, please visit: http://www.packtpub.com/how-to-use-wijmo-widgets/book

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