On Rails, Ext JS, Netzke, and nomadic lifestyle
On the continuation of the popular tutorial teaching you how to set up a CRUD web app in 7 minutes, I'll show you how easy it is to nest existing Netzke components in a tab panel.
I spoke at RubyConf Taiwan this year, and, besides other nice folks, met the Japanese team that works on Ruby.
Build a Ruby on Rails and Sencha Ext JS task manager web application in no time.
Netzke is moving towards a significant update, and here's a little high-level write-up on what I'm planning for the release.
I spoke about Netzke at Ruby Open Air in Minsk, Belarus. Here you'll find the video of that introduction-level talk (30 mins), which addresses the motivation behind creating Netzke.
This blog post shows off a very cool new feature in Netzke Core which allows for much cleaner code in composite components.
This brief blogpost will show you an example of a typical test scenario in Netzke Basepack, along with the code for a Cucumber step that communicates to the Ext JS component being tested.
This tutorial shows how to build reusable Sencha Touch components with Netzke Core.
This post highlights the most important changes that found their way into version 0.6.
Using one-to-many associations in Netzke grids and forms.
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Web developer and digital roamer since 2008. Author of Netzke. Feminist, atheist, life hacker, and common sense devotee.