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Monday, November 1, 2010

Book - Ext GWT 2.0: Beginner's Guide

Ext GWT 2.0: Beginner's Guide [Paperback]
Daniel Vaughan (Author)

What you'll learn:

- Explore the full range of features of the Ext GWT library through practical, step-by-step examples.
- Discover how to combine simple building blocks into powerful components.
- Create powerful Rich Internet Applications with features normally only found in desktop applications.
- Learn how to structure applications using MVC for maximum reliability and maintainability.
- Get a development environment up and running quickly
- Understand the working of Ext GWT and avoid common pitfalls
- Make web applications behave like desktop applications by using the many UI widgets of Ext GWT
- Design powerful, flexible forms to capture data
- Easily load and manipulate data in the browser from multiple sources
- Present information elegantly using templates
- Structure larger applications using the Model-View-Controller pattern to ensure that different components are independent of each other
- Create intuitive interfaces using drag and drop: a feature usually found only in desktop applications
- Display plenty of information in a very simple way with the wide range of charts available in EXT GWT
- Deploy applications to the world using Google App Engine


Sunday, March 28, 2010

Book - Essential GWT: Building for the Web with Google Web Toolkit 2.0

Essential GWT: Building for the Web with Google Web Toolkit 2.0 (Developer's Library)(Paperback)

What you'll learn:

- Creating and structuring projects
- Using the Google Plugin for Eclipse and the GWT Shell Script
- Detecting and working with browsers—and solving the problems they cause
- Building better user interfaces with the MVP pattern
- Communicating efficiently with servers and services
- Receiving, processing, producing, and sending XML
- Mixing in JavaScript with JSNI, JSON, and JSONP
- Using APIs for visualization, mapping, weather data, and more
- Securing GWT applications with cryptography, hashing, and encryption
- Moving files, including downloads, uploads, and monitoring progress
- Testing with JUnit, Emma, GWTTestCase, Selenium, and Mock Objects
- Internationalizing and localizing GWT code
- Deploying client-only and client-plus-server GWT applications


Friday, March 12, 2010

Book - Accelerated GWT: Building Enterprise Google Web Toolkit Applications

Accelerated GWT: Building Enterprise Google Web Toolkit Applications (Paperback)

What you’ll learn

- Use GWT’s Remote Procedure Call (RPC) capabilities to greatly enhance the user experience by optimizing application performance.

- Go beyond basic syntax fundamentals to learn how to most effectively design and test your GWT applications.

- Build complex interfaces by taking advantage of GWT’s advanced widget offerings.


Book - Pro Web 2.0 Application Development with GWT (Expert's Voice in Web Development)

Pro Web 2.0 Application Development with GWT (Expert's Voice in Web Development) (Paperback)

What you’ll learn

- You’ll take a full tour of a modern Web 2.0 startup’s codebase. That’s 15,000 lines of source code that includes everything from Google Gears integration to Acegi OpenID, Lucene full–text search, and Google Maps, all of it integrated with GWT 1.5.

- Leveraging this book’s available source code, you’ll see the nitty–gritty details of how to merge a modern Web 2.0 application stack including Hibernate, Spring, Spring MVC 2.5, SiteMesh, and Freemarker together.

- You’ll see how to wire GWT into an industry standard Maven build environment, which will help you get up to speed quickly and avoid configuration headaches.

- The great pitfall of many Ajax applications is they’re mostly opaque to search engines. You’ll see the solution to this thorny problem.

- Protection from XSS and XSRF attacks is beyond the scope of simple GWT tutorials, but they are a real concern for a site like The book will cover the security architecture in detail.


Book - GWT in Practice

GWT in Practice (Paperback)

What you’ll learn

- GWT in Practice is an example-driven, code-rich book designed for web developers already familiar with the basics of GWT who now want hands-on experience.

- After a quick review of GWT fundamentals, GWT in Practice presents scores of handy, reusable solutions to the problems you face when you need to move beyond "Hello World" and "proof of concept" applications.

- This book skips the theory and looks at the way things really work when you're building. I also shows you where GWT fits into the Enterprise Java Developer's toolset.

- Written by expert authors Robert Cooper and Charlie Collins, this book combines sharp insight with hard-won experience. Readers will find thorough coverage of all aspects of GWT development from the basic GWT concepts to in depth real world example applications.


Book - Beginning Google Web Toolkit: From Novice to Professional (Beginning: from Novice to Professional)

Beginning Google Web Toolkit: From Novice to Professional (Beginning: from Novice to Professional) (Paperback)

What you’ll learn

- Get a solid foundation to develop RIAs.

- Understand the basics of the GWT Framework and its components.

- Fit GWT into your application’s life cycle and development process.

- Develop rich web front–end GUIs using widgets, composite widgets, panels, and much more.

- Integrate with RPC, and various other data formats.

- Reinforce principles learned throughout the book by working through a real–world sample application created with GWT from scratch.


Book - Developing with Ext GWT: Enterprise RIA Development

Developing with Ext GWT: Enterprise RIA Development (Paperback)

What you’ll learn

- Understand the Ext GWT UI framework, its history, and what you need to get started quickly.

- Prepare a build enviroment, debug, and troubleshoot, and find out what’s needed to reliably build an application based on Ext GWT.

- Know how to use the various widgets, layouts, and combinations to get the right look and feel for a professional result.

- Get an overview of some of the advanced features (such as Drag-n-Drop and Portal).

- Understand how Store, Model and RPC, can be used in a client–server model.

- Step through an example application that showcases an enterprise–style RIA.


Book - Learning Ext JS

Learning Ext JS (Paperback)

What you will learn 

- Create responsive forms

- Look at Web Applications from an entirely new perspective

- Learn to use the major UI components available in Ext JS

- Understand how external data can be consumed by Ext JS

- Query and process remote data into your application

- Use Layouts to bring all of the Ext JS pieces together

- Use Ext JS effects to manipulate the DOM in exciting ways

- Provide a consistent look and feel to your application using Components

- Change the visual style of Ext JS using theming support

- Find Custom Community Extensions to expand your applications

- Create your own custom library extensions


Book - Ext JS 3.0 Cookbook

Ext JS 3.0 Cookbook (Paperback)

What you'll learn

- Master the Ext JS widgets and learn to create custom components to suit your needs

- Build striking native and custom layouts, forms, grids, listviews, treeviews, charts, tab panels, menus, toolbars and much more for your real-world user interfaces

- Packed with easy-to-follow examples to exercise all of the features of the Ext JS library

- Part of Packt's Cookbook series: Each recipe is a carefully organized sequence of instructions to complete the task as efficiently as possible


Book - Practical Ext JS Projects with Gears (Practical Projects)

Practical Ext JS Projects with Gears (Practical Projects) (Paperback)

What you’ll learn

- Get an understanding of one of today’s hottest JavaScript frameworks and libraries, Ext JS.

- Develop interesting Web 2.0 “front ends,” RIAs (Rich Internet Applications), and more.

- Create a number of applications from the projects or pragmatic case studies that the author gives you.

- Create an organizer, timekeeper, a code cabinet, and more.

- Get back to basics and back ends using a SQL workbench, Google Gears, and Ext BASIC.

- Pull it all together by designing a game using Ext JS.


Book - Head First Web Design

Head First Web Design (Paperback)

What you’ll learn

- Want to know how to make your pages look beautiful, communicate your message effectively, guide visitors through your website with ease, and get everything approved by the accessibility and usability police at the same time?

- Head First Web Design is your ticket to mastering all of these complex topics, and understanding what's really going on in the world of web design.

- Whether you're building a personal blog or a corporate website, there's a lot more to web design than div's and CSS selectors, but what do you really need to know?
- With this book, you'll learn the secrets of designing effective, user-friendly sites, from customer requirements to hand-drawn storyboards all the way to finished HTML and CSS creations that offer an unforgettable online presence.


Book - JavaScript: The Definitive Guide

JavaScript: The Definitive Guide (Paperback)

What you’ll learn

- The JavaScript language (version 1.0 through version 1.5) and its relatives, JScript and ECMAScript, as well as the W3C DOM standards they're often used to manipulate.

- Tutorial sections show how to program in JavaScript, while reference sections summarize syntax and options while providing copious code examples.

- Though he does not cover server-side APIs, Flanagan has chosen to separate coverage of core JavaScript (all the keywords, general syntax, and utility objects like Array) from coverage of client-side JavaScript (which includes objects, like History and Event, that have to do with Web browsers and users' interactions with them. This approach makes this book useful to people using JavaScript for applications other than Web pages.

- By the way, the other classic JavaScript text--Danny Goodman's JavaScript Bible--isn't as current as this book, but it's still a fantastic (and perhaps somewhat more novice-friendly) guide to the JavaScript language and its capabilities.


Book - Professional JavaScript for Web Developers (Wrox Programmer to Programmer)

Professional JavaScript for Web Developers (Wrox Programmer to Programmer) (Paperback)

What you'll learn

- All of the details regarding JavaScript's built-in reference types

- How to use object-oriented programming in JavaScript

- Ways to detect the client machine and its capabilities

- Debugging tools and techniques for each browser

- Steps for reading and manipulating XML data

- How to create a custom event framework

- Various techniques for storing data on the client machine

- Approaches to working with JavaScript in an enterprise environment


Book - Head First JavaScript

Head First JavaScript (Paperback)

What you'll learn

- The basics of programming, from variables to types to looping

- How the web browser runs your code, and how you can talk to the browser with your code

- Why you'll never have to worry about casting, overloading, or polymorphism when you're writing JavaScript code

- How to use the Document Object Model to change your web pages without making your users click buttons