Build desktop-style web interfaces for your data driven web applications using Packt's new Ext JS book

October 2010 | Open Source, Web Development

Learning Ext JS 3.2 is a new book from Packt that helps web application developers to integrate their existing data and web services with data-driven web applications using the Ext JS framework. This interactive tutorial helps users enhance their JavaScript skills by using Ext's DOM and AJAX helpers, and extending Ext JS through custom components.

Ext JS is a JavaScript library for building interactive web applications using techniques such as Ajax, DHTML and DOM scripting. This Javascript library makes it easy to create desktop-style user interfaces in a web application, including multiple windows, toolbars, drop-down menus, dialog boxes, and much more.

Learning Ext JS 3.2 acts as a guide to using Ext JS right from application layout to building complex dynamic Grids and Forms. Developers will learn how to use all of the major UI components and widgets available in Ext JS through interactive examples. They will not only understand how external data can be consumed by Ext JS but would also be shown how to query and process remote data into applications.

This book will help users build great-looking friendly forms by using client and server-side field validation, form loading, submission, field customization, and layout techniques. Users will learn to create bar charts, linear charts, and pie charts using the chart widget to display information in a simple way. They will be able to create their own custom library extensions, as well as change the visual style of Ext JS using theming support.

Web Application Developers familiar with HTML and JavaScript will find this book to be an interesting and beneficial read. This book is out now and is available with Packt. For more information, please visit www.packtpub.com/learning-ext-js-3-2-for-building-dynamic-desktop-style-user-interfaces/book

 

 


Learning Ext JS 3.2
  Build dynamic, desktop-style user interfaces for your data-driven web applications using Ext JS

For more information, please visit: https://www.packtpub.com/learning-ext-js-3-2-for-building-dynamic-desktop-style-user-interfaces/book

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