Loiane Groner

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Loiane Groner has over 10 years of experience in developing enterprise applications. Currently, she works as a business analyst and a Java/HTML5/JavaScript developer at an American financial institution.

She is passionate about technology, publishes articles on her blog, and has presented talks at conferences about Java, ExtJS, Cordova, Ionic, TypeScript and Angular.

She is a Google Developer Expert in Web Technologies and Angular, and a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional in Visual Studio and Development Technologies. She has also authored other Packt books.

Books from Loiane Groner

  1. Sencha Architect App Development
    Sencha Architect is the fast way to build visual apps and this guide will show you how using Ext JS and Sencha Touch. Learn how to increase your productivity for the fast moving mobile app world.
  2. Mastering Ext JS - Second Edition
    Learn how to develop advanced and efficient Internet applications with Ext JS
  3. Mastering Ext JS
    In this book you’ll learn to develop a complete application with ExtJS. Enhance your existing skills and get a better grasp of the JavaScript framework to create advanced Internet applications.
  4. Learning JavaScript Data Structures and Algorithms - Third Edition
    Create classic data structures and algorithms such as depth-first search and breadth-first search, learn recursion, as well as create and use a heap data structure using JavaScript
  5. Learning JavaScript Data Structures and Algorithms - Second Edition
    Hone your skills by learning classic data structures and algorithms in JavaScript
  6. Learning JavaScript Data Structures and Algorithms
    JavaScript Data Structures and algorithms can help you solve complex development problems – learn how by exploring a huge range of JavaScript data types
  7. JavaScript Regular Expressions
    Leverage the power of regular expressions to create an engaging user experience
  8. Ext JS 4 First Look
    A practical guide including examples of the new features in Ext JS 4 and tips to migrate from Ext JS 3.