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ColdFusion   ExtJS = End to End Solution
ColdFusion   ExtJS = End to End Solution
ColdFusion   ExtJS = End to End Solution
ColdFusion   ExtJS = End to End Solution
ColdFusion   ExtJS = End to End Solution
ColdFusion   ExtJS = End to End Solution
ColdFusion   ExtJS = End to End Solution
ColdFusion   ExtJS = End to End Solution
ColdFusion   ExtJS = End to End Solution
ColdFusion   ExtJS = End to End Solution
ColdFusion   ExtJS = End to End Solution
ColdFusion   ExtJS = End to End Solution
ColdFusion   ExtJS = End to End Solution
ColdFusion   ExtJS = End to End Solution
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ColdFusion ExtJS = End to End Solution

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  • 1. ColdFusion + ExtJS = End to End Solution Steve “Cutter” Blades no.junk@cutterscrossing.com http://blog.cutterscrossing.com http://www.twitter.com/cutterbl Steve “Cutter” Blades “Learning Ext JS” Adobe Community Packt Publishing Professional - ColdFusion 1
  • 2. Why ExtJs? • Most Developers can’t design • HTML isn’t pretty • HTML isn’t functional • ExtJs is the largest consistent library of extended components in a single package • ExtJs is “baked in” to ColdFusion • Ajax is “cool” (Ok, that one doesn’t count) Steve “Cutter” Blades “Learning Ext JS” Adobe Community Packt Publishing Professional - ColdFusion 2
  • 3. ColdFusion Ajax • Powerful prototyping tool • Great for the small stuff • Extendable - kinda Steve “Cutter” Blades “Learning Ext JS” Adobe Community Packt Publishing Professional - ColdFusion 3
  • 4. Moving on the ExtJs • Solid framework • Well documented • “Baked in” (including the license) Steve “Cutter” Blades “Learning Ext JS” Adobe Community Packt Publishing Professional - ColdFusion 4
  • 5. What Do We Know? • Data In Most applications require some form of data entry • Data Out Most applications require us to display that data in an easy and logical format Steve “Cutter” Blades “Learning Ext JS” Adobe Community Packt Publishing Professional - ColdFusion 5
  • 6. Data In • Create rich dynamic form interfaces for taking in data. • Apply client-side application process and logic. Steve “Cutter” Blades “Learning Ext JS” Adobe Community Packt Publishing Professional - ColdFusion 6
  • 7. Data Out • Rich component architecture • Tools to create new and inventive displays Steve “Cutter” Blades “Learning Ext JS” Adobe Community Packt Publishing Professional - ColdFusion 7
  • 8. Layout Controls • Tabs • Accordians • Windows • Panels • Message Boxes • Templates • BorderLayout Steve “Cutter” Blades “Learning Ext JS” Adobe Community Packt Publishing Professional - ColdFusion 8
  • 9. Navigation Controls • Menus • Buttons • Trees • Accessibility ARIA Steve “Cutter” Blades “Learning Ext JS” Adobe Community Packt Publishing Professional - ColdFusion 9
  • 10. Data Views • Forms • Grids – Basic – Editable – Property – Paging – Grouping • Charts • DataViews Steve “Cutter” Blades “Learning Ext JS” Adobe Community Packt Publishing Professional - ColdFusion 10
  • 11. Pizzazz • Ajax • Effects • Drag & Drop • History • Utilities Steve “Cutter” Blades “Learning Ext JS” Adobe Community Packt Publishing Professional - ColdFusion 11
  • 12. Data • Readers – Local or Remote Data • JavaScript Array • JSON • XML • Writers (to server) – JSON – XML • Stores Local storage of records, with built in facility for client-side manipulation and server-side communication Steve “Cutter” Blades “Learning Ext JS” Adobe Community Packt Publishing Professional - ColdFusion 12
  • 13. Ext.Direct • Define a server-side data services “stack” for our applications, by defining our server-side API for our client-side usage. Steve “Cutter” Blades “Learning Ext JS” Adobe Community Packt Publishing Professional - ColdFusion 13
  • 14. Code Time • We write simple form to db to grid • Blog entry • Data Reader • CRUD CFC • Grid Steve “Cutter” Blades “Learning Ext JS” Adobe Community Packt Publishing Professional - ColdFusion 14

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