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31 Jul 2011 11:08 PM #3
I can recommend the following books (click on the covers):
Not essential and not a book which you want to read front to back, but a good reference:
I also like this one, although one could argue that the authors try to hard to
Last edited by Hanni Sullivan; 31 Jul 2011 at 11:09 PM. Reason: typo
1 May 2012 10:09 PM #4
Can I start learning Sencha directly? Or ExtJS should be mandatory skills?
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If you are new to Sencha Ext JS or Sencha Touch I'd recommend going with Sencha Architect: http://www.sencha.com/products/architect/Mitchell Simoens @SenchaMitch
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26 Nov 2013 8:26 AM #8
Here are some more basic links:
Good Little Language Overview
Intro to HTML5 Stuff
- Few more notes:
- Work more on designing your application from a UI/UX wireframe, outline, screenshots of what you want to look like up front than it will be to learn programming. It's going to be a lot better to know where you're going or at least where you want to end up when you start.
- No matter how much previous experience you have or what project you're working on, you're going to be spending a lot of tiem at the Class reference here http://docs-origin.sencha.com/touch/2.3.1/ . Get used to using this resource to solve your own problems -- it's a lot faster and easier when you don't have to ask about everything.
- Few more notes:
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