book_thumbI have also published a book on Ext.NET 2.0, a technology used and trusted by the likes of: NATO, US Departments of State and Defence, HSBC, Barclays, JP Morgan Chase & Co.UNISYS and many other large organisations. This was a long term personal goal achieved.

It also made me appreciate what is good (and bad) at engaging an audience who have varying technical skills. I also value the dedication and commitment needed to get a book to print. Packt Publishers have very kindly asked me to author further books.

This book is for anyone that wants to get started with Ext.NET. These simple, quick, and practical recipes will help you, as a developer, developer get a good grounding of client-side and server-side programming. It is assumed you have some experience of JavaScript and ASP.NET, as well as an understanding of object-orientated programming. Readers are also expected to be familiar with Visual Studio 2010, on which the examples are built.

What You Will Learn

  • Build the common features that are within most web applications using Ext. NET’s rich UI controls
  • Discover practical tips on writing clean and simple JavaScript
  • Use your custom objects within example code
  • Extend an Ext.NET control using JavaScript
  • Improve your knowledge of JavaScript as a server-side programmer

If you would like to purchase the book, you can do some from Amazon or Packt Publishing.


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