The Trello Tech Stack Trello started as an HTML mockup that Justin and Bobby, the Trello design team, put together in a week. I was floored by how cool it looked and felt. Since Daniel and I joined the project to prototype and build Trello, the challenge for the team has been to keep the snappy feeling of the initial mockups while creating a solid server and a maintainable client. The Initial Trello Mockup That led us toward a single-page app that would generate its UI on the client and accept data updates from a push channel. This is pretty far from any of the work we’ve done before at Fog Creek, so from a technical perspective Trello has been an adventure.
shutterstock.github.com/rickshaw/ Graphing Toolkit Rickshaw provides the elements you need to create interactive graphs: renderers, legends, hovers, range selectors, etc. You put the pieces together. Ext JS 4: Working with the Grid Component Exclusive offer: get 50% off this eBook here Ext JS 4 First Look — Save 50% A practical guide including examples of the new features in Ext JS 4 and tips to migrate from Ext JS 3 with this book and ebook. by Loiane Groner | January 2012 | Java Open Source
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Resources For, And How I Learned Backbone.js I received an email from Mark Muskardin, today, asking me some questions centered around how I ramped up and learned backbone, and looking for some good resources, too. I’ve had similar questions a number of times in recent weeks, so with Mark’s permission, I’m posting his questions and my answers here. Update: I’ve put together a more complete list of resources on my BackboneTraining.net site, and will keep that page up to date. Be sure to check that list for more links and additional resources. 1) How did you ramp up on Backbone? Mostly trial and error, honestly.
Grid FAQ This FAQ is most relevant to Ext JS, 2.x, 3.x. This article is currently due for reviewWe suspect that this article may be out-of-date or contain incorrect information.But we are constantly editing articles, so we promise we will get to this one soon. If you are looking for an introduction to the Ext JS grid component, you might find our comprehensive guide very useful. This article covers troubleshooting grids, and some of the solutions to common grid issues. These issues might include things like: