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By Philip_Arad
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Submitted: Feb 19 2014 / 13:04

If you plan to develop a sophisticated up to date online application, you have to make the right choices for the Web libraries you are going to use. Sencha Ext JS JavaScript framework is the most suitable package for this purpose. Sencha Ext JS brings cross-browser high-performance UI widgets and rich data management libraries to the app development, enables developers to use a model-view-controller (MVC) architecture, and delivers the most advanced charting and graphing capabilities of any JavaScript framework. For best using this library, I recommend you to read the book from 'Packt Publishing': ' Ext JS 4 Web Application Development Cookbook' (see: http://bit.ly/1cp1NWA). The book is a very useful hands-on practical guide for both intermediate and expert JavaScript developers. It works through the Ext JS framework from the fundamentals to advanced features and application design. With more than 130 detailed and practical recipes, you will learn how to develop truly interactive and responsive web applications. The book describes how to create and work with forms, grids, data views, and charts. You will also learn about the best practices for structuring and designing your application and how to deal with storing and manipulating data. The cookbook structure is such that you may read the recipes in any order. The book describes in detail each recipe with extensive examples that you can use and adapt for your own purposes. By using all the features introduced in this book, you can use this great architecture to build your own applications and to address correctly the problems you encounter when developing your applications and web sites.
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