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On Rails, Ext JS, Netzke, and nomadic lifestyle

Dedicated Netzke blog January 7, 2016

Netzke project got a dedicated blog


On progress with Netzke 1.0 development December 1, 2015

A small report on the progress with Netzke 1.0 development.


Starting with Netzke 1.0 development August 8, 2015

Thanks to the sponsor, I'll be able to spend a full month working on 1.0 release.


Netzke received an update: Rails 4.2 and Ext JS 5.1 March 18, 2015

Netzke got a sponsor and is now up-to-date with latest Rails and Ext JS.


WEB-page rendering: what the front-end developer needs to know June 9, 2014

How exactly does the browser render a web-page? What every front-end developer needs to know.


Reedy: speed reading that actually works  May 16, 2014

Reedy is a tool that allows you to increase the speed of reading by 3-5 times. And it's a very solid one.


Call for support: Netzke at EuRuKo this year? April 5, 2013

Why I'm submitting a CFP to EuRuKo this year, and why I need your help.


Changing behavior of all Netzke components on the client side April 4, 2013

Here I'll quickly explain how you can modify the behavior of each and every Netzke component at the client side.


Testing with CoffeeScript and Mocha February 25, 2013

Specs for Netzke Core have been rewritten to make use of Mocha and CoffeeScript. Here I'll briefly show what I did, so you could consider this setup for testing your own Ext JS + Rails applications.


Final round voting for EuRuKo speakers February 5, 2013

I got to the final round of EuRuKo speaker selection, and now would appreciate you taking the last little action to help me get selected


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Max Gorin

Web developer and digital roamer since 2008. Author of Netzke. Feminist, atheist, life hacker, and common sense devotee.

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