But there are feature-complete frameworks that you can use a foundation of your entire Web application. Such framework include rich library of UI components, support MVC paradigm, offer their own layout managers, styling, effects, and may even have server side components. One of such large and multi-featured frameworks is Ext JS from Sencha.
It’s being used by many IT shops developing enterprise Web applications. In our company we also use Ext JS in some Web applications. We’ve also added Ext JS code generation to our open source tool Clear Data Builder – it’s a useful tool for creating CRUD applications having Ext JS on the client side talk to Java on the server. We’ve also developed our own Ext JS training curriculum and teach it as two or three day workshop by request.
My colleague Victor has recorded a one hour screencast that can serve as a brief introduction to Ext JS. This presentation has been a part of our fifth annual symposium on enterprise software development. Enjoy the presentation!
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Although it may sound immodest of me to say so (what’s new?), this presentation is the most efficient way of getting a hang of all these topicsin a short period of time.
Hope to see you there.
If you’re interested to jump start your Ext JS project, consider attending our hands-on 2-day workshop in New York City on April 19-20.
To get $100 off the enrollment fees, enter yakov as your promo code.