17 Sep 2009 5:58 AM #21
Although I am not a fan of .NET or Microsoft but you make a great point.
My comments were unwarranted and unfair and I am looking forward to reading EXT JS 3.0 Cookbook.
17 Sep 2009 4:19 PM #22
18 Sep 2009 5:14 AM #23
20 Sep 2009 6:01 PM #24
21 Sep 2009 12:55 AM #25
open chapter ?
A new book about ExtJS is a very good news.
I have 2 question.
Is there an free exampel chapter in the web ?
There are the example scripts in the web ?
Im interested on a online version (pdf) .
24 Sep 2009 7:28 AM #26
Grats on the book and have bought mine already.
Got the combo buy with Learning Ext-JS.
Thanks for the hard work that goes into these books.
21 Oct 2009 4:22 AM #27
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21 Oct 2009 7:10 AM #28
Any ideas as to when the dead-tree version is scheduled to ship?
28 Oct 2009 12:55 AM #29
I got the option of buying both the Learning ExtJS and the Cookbook. Awesome pair! (50% off)
28 Oct 2009 5:15 AM #30