- Taschenbuch: 434 Seiten
- Verlag: Packt Publishing (25. Januar 2013)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 1849516847
- ISBN-13: 978-1849516846
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 19 x 2,5 x 23,5 cm
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- Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 236.373 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
Learning Ext JS 4 (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 25. Januar 2013
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Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
Before he started working with the Ext JS library he loved to work with MooTools, but in late 2007 he started learning about an awesome new library that was emerging as an Open Source project. At that time the version 2.0 of the Ext JS library was just coming out and Crysfel started using this new library for medium-large projects in the agency that he used to work with.
In early 2010 Crysfel started working as a freelancer, he began to train teams on Ext JS for private companies, writing a blog with tutorials, tips and tricks, developing custom components on Ext JS for his clients, and working on Open Source projects to share his knowledge with the world.
If you want to find more information about his work, you can follow him on Twitter (@crysfel) or download his Open Source projects from GitHub (crysfel).
Armando Gonzalez is a Software Engineer with more than 4 years of experience in developing enterprise applications with Ext JS. He has plenty of experience in server-side technologies like PHP, Java J2EE, Node JS, and ROR. Before he started with Ext JS he was a Java and PHP developer.
In early 2012 Armando started a software company, Codetlan, with some of his friends. This company focuses on developing enterprise applications using Sencha technologies. He is also a minor actionist in a Mexican startup called Cursame, where he developed the mobile version of the application and helped developing the main application using ROR technologies.
If you want to know more about his work, you can follow him on Twitter (@manduks) or can watch his Open Source projects on Github (manduks).
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The overall presentation level is slightly lower than I expected. Perhaps what I really needed was Mastering Ext JS from the same publisher. However, this was the first Pakt Publishing book I got, and easily the sloppiest publishing job I've ever seen. Now I'm reluctant to get another book from the same source.
Unless you also download the completed examples you would not have any idea what is wrong simply because there are specific formats for writing the code. I would have given this book more stars if it weren't for the amateur effort in reviewing and briefing the code for this book.
The layout is ok, and the author takes a little time to explain each part of the (error ridden) code. I could recommend this book to others who want to learn EXT, but you still need to be a savvy programmer to work through all the careless bugs in order to complete the examples. There is an errata page on the packt site, but this is only a fraction of the errata in the book. ..... My recommendation is neither buy or avoid. Due to the quality, I can't recommend as a "must have"
The hard part of ExtJS seems to be that it's somewhat of a moving target; huge framework, frequent updates... tremendously powerful, a monster to doc and fully embrace. (I'm still a newbie, but am quickly getting there). Having good current examples that show best-practice is hard; we've been playing with good client and server MVC structure now for months.. and are seeing the light.
This book is excellent.. very well written (in contrast to Kumar's). Highly recommend it.