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Loiane Groner

Loiane Groner lives in São Paulo, Brazil and has over eight years of software development experience. While at university, she demonstrated great interest in IT. She worked as an assistant teacher for two and a half years, teaching algorithms, data structures, and computing theory. She represented her university at the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest – Brazilian Finals (South America Regionals) and also worked as Student Delegate of SBC (Brazilian Computing Society) for two years. She won a merit award in her senior year for being one of the top three students with better GPAs in the Computer Science department and also graduated with honors.

She has worked at multinational companies such as IBM. Her areas of expertise include Java SE, Java EE, and also Sencha technologies (Ext JS and Sencha Touch). She is now working as Software Development Manager at a financial institution, where she manages overseas solutions. She also works as an independent Sencha consultant and coach.

Loiane is also the author of Ext JS 4 First Look and Sencha Architect App Development, Packt Publishing.

She is passionate about Sencha and Java, and is the leader of CampinasJUG/SouJava Campinas (Campinas Java Users Group) and coordinator of ESJUG (Espirito Santo Java Users Group) , both Brazilian JUGs.

She also contributes to the software development community through her blogs: http://loianegroner.com (English) and http://loiane.com (Portuguese-BR), where she writes about IT careers, Ext JS, Sencha Touch, Sencha Architect, Java, and general development notes and also publishes screencasts.

If you want to keep in touch, you can find Loiane on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/loianegroner) and Twitter (@loiane).

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3.0 von 5 Sternen Not for beginers 19. Januar 2015
Von Justin LeCheminant - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
This book is for someone who knows a bit about extJS already. The author takes you through building a pretty standard web application with login, database backend, etc. I wanted an into to extJS this book didn't deliver. That doesn't mean I didn't learn anything it's just not what I was looking for.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great way to kick-start your ExtJS skills 29. August 2013
Von Claude Gauthier - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
In a nutshell, if you don't know ExtJS 4 (book uses version 4.2) and you need to get something done, this is definitively the manual you want to use to get you up to speed.

I recall many years ago buying Learning ExtJS, which was a gold mine of important info.

What I liked most about it was that it provided much needed context to ExtJS and its API.

It is nice to see that this latest version is equally agreeable and just as useful.

The book is basically based on a project which will use not only ExtJS, but a LAMP/WAMP Stack for the building of a CRUD app.

In this regard, this means that you must go through the book in order to learn the various features of ExtJS.

But this works out pretty well as the project's goals are clear and provide you with an excellent overview of what ExtJS is capable of, such as: layouts, widgets, form validation, multilingual support, styling, grid export to PDF and Excel, and much more.

If you need to get a single web page application out in a hurry and you want to know what ExtJS can do, or if you simply just want to understand ExtJS by learning with a well rounded project, this book is a must. Considering that it is based on ExtJS 4.2, is simply a bonus!
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2.0 von 5 Sternen No extJS concepts :( 5. September 2014
Von O. Watkins - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
This book offers very little in terms of concepts and architecture of the extjs framework. Basically it is a walk through of an application that the author has written. I'm not sure how that benefits anyone, unless you are writing an application that is almost exactly the same as in this book. Perhaps the name of the book should have been "Extjs application walthrogh".

Also the writer is not a native english speaker which makes some of the phrasing seem a bit strange.

If you want to understand (..or even master) the architectual concepts of extjs you should look elsewhere.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Go beyond the manual 1. September 2013
Von carolina_techie - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I started this book with no knowledge of Ext JS. Since last 10 years, I have been working extensively with rich internet applications (RIA - term which was coin by Adobe and it means web applications which have strong UI elements and interactions like normal desktop applications) Ext JS was the technology that I always wanted to play with. This book allowed me to do that. I like the way the author has laid out the book. It is not about just Ext JS toolkit but how to use it in a normal web application. The author walks you through an application building (PHP as application server language) process in small steps. If you just look at the table of contents, you will see how author is navigating this whole application building process. I recommend this for anyone new to Ext JS. I removed one star because I was expecting the author to discuss performance challenges.
4.0 von 5 Sternen A Comprehensive Guide to Building a Rich Application 26. Juli 2013
Von OAhmed - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I am fairly new to EXT JS and though this book is not geared towards beginners, I still found this book to be extremely helpful. This book focuses on building ONE (1) app, from scratch, all the way to production. It includes both client side AND (a little) server side programming and utilizes all the tools you need to build an application on your own. It encompasses MySql, JAVA JDK, Sencha CMD, Compass, Ruby and PHP, and of course, EXT JS, all into one application. There are also 2 chapters, one dedicated to building a Wordpress app, and one on how to test/debug EXT Js applications.

As I mentioned, EXT JS is new to me but this book was very detailed and easy to follow (for the most part, will get into that a bit later) and gives thorough explanations of what the code is doing every time a new property, configuration option, method etc is introduced. I had the documentation on Sencha.com viewable alongside my E-book for quick reference to the terms being introduced in the book, which does a great job of explaining what they do, but for more depth and examples I looked them up on Sencha.com as well, which was helpful and gave me a better understanding.

This book covers real world examples and shows how to implement them using EXT JS components. Some of the topics covered in here are: E-mail Client modules, database content management, users and logins, user permissions within the application, user identification and security, amongst many, many others.

Now the reason I gave this book only 4/5 ( I would give it 4.5stars if possible) was because it was missing a few things that (I feel) are essential for any textbook: 1) a detailed summary for review. Theres a summary at the end of each chapter but it does not review the main points/concepts, new terms, and also missing were review exercises; 2) This book does not require you to think, it spoon feeds you all the code, which you type in, execute, and feel like the work is done. I would've gotten a bit more out of the book if it had been a little more challenging. Also, there are times when there are code snippets which don't specify where you need to insert the code, sometimes they do, and sometimes I just had to assume I insert the code right after the code I entered in previously, which I found to be a subtle annoyance. But of course, if youre an experienced programmer, this should not be a big deal. All in all, a great, detailed and vivid book, one which I would highly recommend to anyone (including a beginner) who wants to learn EVERYTHING they need for building an EXT Js application.
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