Before I go into the manuscript production details, I’d like to take a moment to thank each and everyone of my readers and supporters. I began this project late in 2008 and have had tremendous support from the Ext JS community, reviewers, family and friends. This has been an absolutely fantastic ride and I am grateful to all who supported me through the nearly two years.

Production Stats

PAGE COUNT: 496.
RELEASE DATES: The pre-ordered print books will begin shipping 11/12 and will be released for sale from www.manning.com on November 15th.
EBOOK: The ebook will be released week of 10/31/2010.

I’d like to also publicly thank the Manning team for working with me and doing such a wonderful job!

If you are going to SenchaCon 2010, I will have five printed copies on hand to give out during my talk on 11/16. Hope to see you there!

Now that Ext JS in Action is complete, what will I be working on? Two things, actually – “Ext JS in Action Second Edition” and “Sencha Touch in Action”. If you are interested in co-authoring “Ext JS in Action Second Edition”, I’d like to talk to you.

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10 Responses to “Ext JS in Action goes to production!”

  1. dkarso says:

    Hi mr Garcia! I would like to thank you for this really helpful book. I have been working with the pre release ebook and managed to build a REALLY big single page application. Your use of extended objects design pattern should be the standard for Extjs coding on the Extjs example pages. I think this book is a must read for people looking to go beyond those single widget use.

    I am looking forward on receiving my printed copy AND the second edition!

  2. Jay Garcia says:

    Hi dkarso,

    THank you very much for the kind words. I am so glad that you’ve found value in the manuscript. I hope others can learn from it as well.

    -Jay

  3. [...] rarely release them due to serious time constraints. With Ext JS in Action coming to a close and going to print, along with other things going on, our releases of new Ext JS extensions has been slowed down [...]

  4. daleedom says:

    Quick question: I bought an early release of “Ext JS in Action”. Printed, June 29, 2009.

    How do I get the current release?

  5. Jay Garcia says:

    Hi Daleedom,

    You will get an update within the next day or so with the final ebook :)

  6. exceptione says:

    Hey im an early meap buyer of book + ebook. I didn’t get an update from manning last week. Did I miss the update?

  7. Jay Garcia says:

    I was just told that November 11 or 12 will be the official ebook release date. The Book print will be released 11/28.

  8. Layne says:

    Congrats Jay!
    Loved the MEAP edition, can’t wait for my print copy to arrive.

  9. sealaone says:

    Awesome book! Really enjoyed every bit. Just curious though… can you post a video or blog on what Firebug extention you’re using? I do see YSlow but not sure about other ones. Would be curious to see other tools you’re using for this. I even wonder selenium would work too. It would really be helpful if you can share that info!!

  10. Jay Garcia says:

    Thanks sealone. I’m simply using firebug. I’m not doing anything with testing though :( .

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