- Sencha Meetup in Munich
- First Sencha Meetup in Munich
We are going to organize our first Sencha Developers Meetup in Munich on 12th of October. Format: • 2 presentations (each ca. 20-30 min incl. discussion) • Of course time for networking + food + drinks before, in between and especially after the presentations • Talks are held in English Details: • Heiko Erhardt, Freelancer for Datafusion Systems GmbH Enterprise Quality Out Of The Box - Modina.org Abstract: An application prototype within a few days - no problem with Ext JS. The real work begins when the software needs to become mature, robust, configurable, maintainable. Project- & customer-specific versions, security, robustness, consistency, ... Now it gets really costly and laborious. We have been through all that. We decided to put our experiences into a framework on top of Ext JS 6 and release it into open source: Modina (MODular INteratcive Application framework). High quality. Well documented as known from Ext JS itself. Battle tested. Features: - Customer- and project-specific versions through business & technical modules and advanced JSON configuration - Security framework incl. login/logout, role-/permission-aware navigation - Backend API management to prevent URLs being cluttered all over the code - Reliable browser history/back button support incl. automated application state management - Cool & flexible object context menu concept - Managing asynchronity through promises (application startup, listeners involving backend operations etc.) - I18N support Benefits: - Enhance product quality and increase development speed - Significantly eases development within distributed teams - Increase consistency • Olga Petrova, Engineer at Sencha How to add D3.js visualization to your Ext JS application Abstract: In my session I will cover technical details of integration of D3.js visualization into Ext JS application using D3.js adapter. I will show how you could easily customize visualizations available out-of-box as well as integrate a custom visualization from D3.js sample gallery (http://bl.ocks.org/NPashaP/a74faf20b492ad377312). Live coding is included!