Jay Garcia on October 18th, 2009

I’ve been under some pressure from readers and many whom are interested to include information about large application development best practices. For instance, how does one organize files? How does one use name spaces properly? These are all valid questions and should be covered.   It is for this reason that I’d like to replace the [...]

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Jay Garcia on October 13th, 2009

Today, I submitted the Charts chapter (10) and revisions for all of the major shifting of chapters thus far. I’m excited to have this one done as it was probably the most technically challenging of any thus far. Next up is the chapter on extensions and plugins, where I’ll discuss how to develop your own [...]

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Jay Garcia on October 13th, 2009

I was elated to see Ext JS in Action on amazon.com today. Even though the book has 3 chapters left, it’s nice to see the light at the end of the tunnel. Click the image below to visit the amazon page.

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Jay Garcia on October 8th, 2009

This chapter has been the most difficult to date. This is mainly because of the sparse documentation provided by the framework. Things are speeding up much faster and I’m over half way done w/ the chapter. Here is a quick preview of the multi-series example that shows how to apply some custom styling to a [...]

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Jay Garcia on October 4th, 2009

To my readers, I apologize for the lack of content and communication lately. Over the past week I’ve been ill, which prevented me from concentrating enough to provide any meaningful content for the manuscript. Today, I am pleased to announce that I’m feeling much better and am working on the Charts and Graphs chapter. This [...]

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