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Ext JS in Action
By Jesus Garcia
Ext JS in Action Details:
Ext JS, a cross-browser JavaScript library for building Rich Internet Applications (RIA),
has emerged from the mix of JavaScript frameworks, libraries and object-oriented
development techniques as a one of the clear leaders. Ext JS combines an extensive library
of super-high-quality widgets, an intuitive, extensible component model, and an easy-to-use
API to create a full, rock-solid platform for JavaScript-based web apps. Ext JS has been
adopted by such household names as Adobe, Aetna, Amazon.com, Best Buy Hallmark,
Panasonic, Pixar Animation Studios, Siemens, Sony, and Visa.
Ext JS in Action
teaches the reader about Ext from the ground up. By following the
common design patterns demonstrated in the Ext source and in many commercial
applications, the book teaches you to achieve the same results you see in world-class
commercial JavaScript applications. This book will guide you through the Ext component
model and layouts. You'll learn how core components, such as the Container class, serve as
building blocks for building complex user interfaces. The book fully covers Ext utility
classes, AJAX, Observable (the Ext events model), DOM helpers and Function Helpers and
illustrates how use of JavaScript Object Notation (JSON), a powerful and lightweight data
format, can allow your application to efficiently communicate over the network to the web
server. Finally, you'll build on this foundation to customize or extend Ext widgets.
Ext JS in Action
assumes that you have a solid foundation in JavaScript, but requires no
previous exposure to Ext JS.
Give these activities a try the next time you need to keep your kids indoors. They'll keep the
kids happy and keep you from tearing your hair out. Freeze Dance. This activity is fun for
all ages and really gets kids moving. Pick a favorite song or CD and then instruct your
children to dance around. Fast music usually works best for this game because of the
contrast between their movements and the freezing. Stop the music at intermittent times.
You can either play with an elimination portion (where people who don't freeze are "out")
or you can keep everyone involved for the length of the game. Collages. This is a great way
to use up old magazines and newspaper ads. Give each child a large piece of construction
paper and then let them go through old ads and magazines. They can cut out shapes (little
ones may need assistance) and group them together in a variety of ways. You can have them
create a rainbow with the different colors that they find. They can create a food pyramid
with different pictures of foods. You can also have them create a collage of their favorite
things. Use glue sticks or rubber cement for quick dry times. Obstacle Course. This is
another activity that really gets the kids moving. Build a course inside the largest room in
your house. It can even go down the hall if you want it to. Your obstacle course items will
depend on the age of your children. You can have them crawl under chairs and tables, hop
over stacks of folded towels and toss bean bags into a bucket. You can time each child and
have them try to beat their own record. Build a Fort Together. The fine tradition of fort
making is perfect for those days when everyone needs to stay inside. You can use a card
table and a few sheets or use packing boxes to help your child create the pirate ship, fairy
castle or medieval fortress of his or her dreams. Let their imagination run wild with this one
and they'll be occupied for hours. Family story time. Days inside are perfect for reading
together. Pull out one of your favorite chapter books from childhood and read it to your
child. If your children are old enough, have each of them read their favorite story book out
loud. Put on a play. Take story time to the next level by putting on a play. You can make
your own costumes and write out a short script. At the end of the afternoon, the kids can
perform before their Dad before dinner. Guess the Item. Put lots of different shaped items
in a basket and cover it with a towel. The kids have to hold the item under the towel and
guess what it is without looking at it. Jamie Jefferson writes for Susies-Coupons.com, where
you can find everything from coupons for the BodyBuggcalorie management device, when
available, to great deals on Amazon'swireless reading device.
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Ext JS, a cross-browser JavaScript library for building Rich Internet Applications (RIA),
has emerged from the mix of JavaScript frameworks, libraries and object-oriented
development techniques as a one of the clear leaders. Ext JS combines an extensive library
of super-high-quality widgets, an intuitive, extensible component model, and an easy-to-use
API to create a full, rock-solid platform for JavaScript-based web apps. Ext JS has been
adopted by such household names as Adobe, Aetna, Amazon.com, Best Buy Hallmark,
Panasonic, Pixar Animation Studios, Siemens, Sony, and Visa.
Ext JS in Action
teaches the reader about Ext from the ground up. By following the
common design patterns demonstrated in the Ext source and in many commercial
applications, the book teaches you to achieve the same results you see in world-class
commercial JavaScript applications. This book will guide you through the Ext component
model and layouts. You'll learn how core components, such as the Container class, serve as
building blocks for building complex user interfaces. The book fully covers Ext utility
classes, AJAX, Observable (the Ext events model), DOM helpers and Function Helpers and
illustrates how use of JavaScript Object Notation (JSON), a powerful and lightweight data
format, can allow your application to efficiently communicate over the network to the web
server. Finally, you'll build on this foundation to customize or extend Ext widgets.
Ext JS in Action
assumes that you have a solid foundation in JavaScript, but requires no
previous exposure to Ext JS.
Give these activities a try the next time you need to keep your kids indoors. They'll keep the
kids happy and keep you from tearing your hair out. Freeze Dance. This activity is fun for
all ages and really gets kids moving. Pick a favorite song or CD and then instruct your
children to dance around. Fast music usually works best for this game because of the
contrast between their movements and the freezing. Stop the music at intermittent times.
You can either play with an elimination portion (where people who don't freeze are "out")
or you can keep everyone involved for the length of the game. Collages. This is a great way
to use up old magazines and newspaper ads. Give each child a large piece of construction
paper and then let them go through old ads and magazines. They can cut out shapes (little
ones may need assistance) and group them together in a variety of ways. You can have them
create a rainbow with the different colors that they find. They can create a food pyramid
with different pictures of foods. You can also have them create a collage of their favorite
things. Use glue sticks or rubber cement for quick dry times. Obstacle Course. This is
another activity that really gets the kids moving. Build a course inside the largest room in
your house. It can even go down the hall if you want it to. Your obstacle course items will
depend on the age of your children. You can have them crawl under chairs and tables, hop
over stacks of folded towels and toss bean bags into a bucket. You can time each child and
have them try to beat their own record. Build a Fort Together. The fine tradition of fort
making is perfect for those days when everyone needs to stay inside. You can use a card
table and a few sheets or use packing boxes to help your child create the pirate ship, fairy
castle or medieval fortress of his or her dreams. Let their imagination run wild with this one
and they'll be occupied for hours. Family story time. Days inside are perfect for reading
together. Pull out one of your favorite chapter books from childhood and read it to your
child. If your children are old enough, have each of them read their favorite story book out
loud. Put on a play. Take story time to the next level by putting on a play. You can make
your own costumes and write out a short script. At the end of the afternoon, the kids can
perform before their Dad before dinner. Guess the Item. Put lots of different shaped items
in a basket and cover it with a towel. The kids have to hold the item under the towel and
guess what it is without looking at it. Jamie Jefferson writes for Susies-Coupons.com, where
you can find everything from coupons for the BodyBuggcalorie management device, when
available, to great deals on Amazon'swireless reading device.
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