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Ext JS 4 features expanded functionality, plugin-free charting, and a new MVC architecture, it's the best Ext JS web application development platform yet. It helps develop incredible web apps for every browser.
Learning Ext JS 4 will teach you how to get the best of each Ext JS component and also show you some very practical examples that you can use in real world applications. You will also learn why it is so useful and powerful in developing fast and beautiful applications.
The book starts with the very basics of Ext JS. You will learn to create a small application step-by-step, and add new features to it in every chapter.
At the end of the book, you will have a working application built using all the knowledge you gained from the book.
What will you learn from this book
The book is a step-by-step tutorial full of example code and explanations to help a beginner learn Ext JS thoroughly.
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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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