SNC - Best practices from XH.IO for building beautiful, data-intensive web apps
Learn how Extremely Heavy Industries successfully develops beautiful, data-intensive applications for desktop and mobile platforms using Ext JS. Join this webinar to see Anselm McClain, Partner and Developer at Extremely Heavy Industries, share his real-world development experience of using robust web development stacks. You’ll learn about:
- Building your own toolkit of custom components and code patterns to maximize application usability and consistency for end-users while enhancing productivity and encouraging code re-use for developers.
- Improving the success of data-dense web applications through the visualization of information and the tight integration of traditional grid data with technologies such as D3.
The session will include a review of a cross-platform demo trading application, and discuss how Ext JS is particularly well suited to data-intensive industries like asset management and financial services.
Sencha will also provide a brief overview and demonstration of Ext JS, highlighting some of the 115+ high-performance, pre-tested, and integrated UI components.
RecordedMay 11 201761 mins
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