Web page performance is critical to keeping customers and visitors moving along on your site. Slow responses typically result in frustrated users, unhappy customers and worse, abandoned orders. It is important to reduce the number of requests generated by a web page in order to increase its actual and perceived performance.
Despite looking like a typical select box, Ext.form.ComboBox does not behave exactly as you would expect. It submits the display text instead of the selected option’s value. This post provides a solution to this problem.
This grease monkey script enables HD, when available, for any links on the YouTube Homepage, My Videos & My Favorites.
Evan Trimboli of the Ext-JS team just published an article describing Ext.Direct, a remoting API that is part of Ext 3.0.
Steve “Cutters” Blades’ book on Ext-JS is out. By using a series of straightforward examples backed by screenshots, Learning Ext JS will help you create web applications that look good and perform beyond the expectations of your users.
TweetSteve “Cutter” Blades has created a custom JSON Data Reader for ColdFusion, CFQueryReader. It allows Ext-JS developers to populate GridPanels using serialized ColdFusion queries in their native format or formatted for grid. CFQueryReader is designed to accommodate either format automatically.
TweetThis is great news for the Ext-JS community. Here is why you should take advantage of a content delivery network. We are pleased to announce that Ext has partnered with CacheFly, a global content network, to provide free CDN hosting for the Ext JS framework. Cachefly’s globally distributed network and aggressive caching accelerate the delivery [...]
TweetBjørn Sandvik, a project manager at the United Nations Association of Norway has created an Ext-JS user extension for Google Earth. The code and examples are here.
TweetHere is John Resig’s presentation of jQuery from this year’s The Ajax Experience. Learn how to develop a number of common-case widgets, handle DOM, event, animations and Ajax interactions.