As application development evolves, so do the needs of the developers building those applications. To bookend our Virtual SenchaCon event, we're gathering some of the brightest minds in developer tools for a discussion of the modern state of application development, how developer tools will change in the future, and how companies are keeping up with the ever-changing needs of developers.
Using ExtJS since version 3, Marco Guinter is able to share learned lessons for who needs to build large and secure applications, without disregarding the user interface, caring to keep easily maintained. Marco Guinter will show valuable information with developers who think big and consider porting their systems to the web, regardless of the version of ExtJS used. It's an opportunity to view strategies put together to achieve a robust application, including code examples, Backend tips and tricks, caching and much more.
Torsten Dinkheller will show how to offer customers to create forms themselves, send them to the database, and then deliver them to the masses. Of course, we need data binding and custom functionality as well as validation for our forms.
If you've heard Torsten before, you know this will be a great hour with code examples, tips and tricks, and a lot of fun learning.
Manipulating large files in a modern application could really be tedious. It would be great to store them directly in a database and access them the same way as other data. This is now possible using GridFS inside MongoDB. Sharding (distribution across multiple sites and machines), partial loading, no more files per directory limits. We will go trough all the advantages and limitations of this technology in connection with an ExtJS application
Jason Cline & Brandon Donnelson, Celestial Systems
Company leaders need to take decisions based on facts. Today many production sites still have a lack of digitalization in order to gather the right information.
We, at Icube, strive to take this mission to heart in order to bring the right level of information into the hands of decision-makers through an expert analysis of the world of operations and the realization of ergonomic and intuitive solutions adapted to everyday work. Our achievements in Sencha Ext JS contribute to facilitate the work and its tracking.
This presentation goes over Froala Charts elaborating what it offers, chart options, and different features they provide. You'll also learn the basics of creating a chart, then cover more advanced topics such as binding a click event to the chart and dynamically updating chart configurations.
This presentation goes over the plethora of Ext JS classes that make it easy to fetch, manipulate, and send data. You’ll learn the basics of fetching data and populating simple stores, then cover more advanced topics such as transforming values in the feed, filtering, sorting, and grouping the data, and data validation.
Marc Gusmano, Front End Expert & Yaminim, FusionCharts Expert
Many of us are working on building data-centric applications, with a lot of data being viewed in grids and many forms to add or edit data. But when it comes to presenting the data, it is challenging to find an efficient way to show a lot of data visually. That's where React and the concept of a dashboard comes in - being able to show many widgets at once. And often in those widgets, we want to visualize the data with graphs and charts - thats where FushionCharts comes in!
Come to this webinar to see examples of dashboards build with robust FusionCharts components and React, and even look under the hood of the application to see how approachable FusionCharts is in a React application.
Im dritten Teil unserer Webinar-Reihe widmet er sich asynchronen Funktionen und Promise-Objekten.
Folgende Themen werden vorgestellt:
- async / await - Asynchrone Funktionen ohne explizite Callbacks verwenden
Das Webinar wird in deutscher Sprache gehalten.
Marc Gusmano, Lead Systems Engineer, Celestial Systems
Sencha Ext JS? React? Both??
You have an Ext JS application in production and it is working very well, and you would like to add some new features to your application. You wonder if, for your new functionality, you can take advantage of one of the new libraries, like React. Is that even possible?
Come to this webinar where we will show that, indeed, it is possible. We will take an Existing Ext JS application and add a React View to it, and then use the React View to call Ext JS components.
Do you need a cross browser way of stringify-ing an object? How about a way to test an object’s type, or merging two arrays? Look no further than the plethora of utility methods built into Ext JS. In this presentation you’ll learn about the most commonly-used utility methods, and how they compare to ES6 or Lodash alternatives.
Building a Web Application most always involves access to data, and in many cases, a lot of data - Big Data, as it is known. In these situations, you will be relying on a Grid component to give you the ability to display, search, filter and edit that data. And, with Big Data, you want to make sure that Grid performs - even if the data is in the tens of thousands of rows, or even more. What you really want is a grid that handles an 'infinite' amount of data, while still performing at blazingly fast speeds - in this session we will explore how to build an 'infinite' grid with the Sencha Ext JS grid, starting from scratch. At the end of the webinar we will build a fully functional 'infinite' grid that you can use as an example to create the 'infinite' grid your Web Application needs
Trees are a great way to show grouped, hierarchical, and drill-down data. You’ll learn how to configure trees, organize and fetch tree data, update and manipulate tree nodes, and use tree plugins, for both the Ext JS classic and modern toolkits. After attending, you’ll see the forest for the trees!
Have you even clicked a button or selected a row in a grid in an Ext JS application and it took a long time for the action to complete? And you scratch your head wondering why? Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to see what is happening in the browser with your application once you clicked, and be able to see all the functions that are called and, more importantly, how long those functions are taking? Then, you would be able to address the performance issue.
Well, fortunately, that’s exactly what you can see with the chrome developer tools performance panel. In this webinar, we will take a look at how to use the performance panel to see what is being done in your application and, with this knowledge, you can apply the performance tool to your own application.
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