I’m in Orlando this week at SenchaCon. I’m pretty excited to see what’s upcoming.
I’ve completed an article on using Jasmine with ExtJS that’s available on my website:
This methodology works especially well if you’re using Sencha Architect to develop your applications.
I’ve just completed an article on Drag and Drop in ExtJS which is available on my website:
It shows the simplicity of using Drag and Drop Zones in a generic way, which can then be applied to almost any type of component.
I’m getting more comfortable with the Joomla model and have loaded 3 sets (HQ and LQ) of snowboard videos from 2011. Getting ready to start on 2013’s video.
I’ve created a personal website: billhodges.me using Joomla. At first I was a little skeptical about the complexity. Also once you pick a template, your layout options seem to be a little constrained. However, now that I’ve finished the book, Joomla! Explained and added a few features, I’m starting to like it.
“Snowboarding is an activity that is very popular with people who do not feel that regular skiing is lethal enough.”
I’ve decided to quit just consuming technical information from the Internet and start contributing some myself. I’ll probably be concentrating on extjs hints at first, since that’s what I’m currently concentrating on.