Category Archives: Ext JS

HOISTING IN JAVASCRIPT (Variables & Function)

A Person with another programming background is definitely confused with hoisting in Javascript. So let’s deep dive into the hoisting in javascript The Javascript engine creates the global execution context when we execute a piece of Javascript code. Global Execution Context has two phases : (i) Creation Phase (ii) Execution Phase Definition: During the creation Continue Reading »

Express.js

What is Express.js? Express.js is a Node.js framework that is the most popular framework. It is a web application framework that provides you with a single API to build websites, web apps, and the back end.  Why do we actually need Express.js? How is it useful for us to use Node.js? Node.js is all about Continue Reading »

 JavaScript Closures

A closure is a combination of a function bundled together (enclosed) with references to its surrounding state (the lexical scope). Lexical scoping The stance of a variable asserted in the source code denotes its scope in syntactic figuring. For example:

In this example: The variable name is a global variable. It can be accessed Continue Reading »

CKEditor with strapi

CKEditor5 react is a modern JavaScript-rich text editor with a modular architecture. It is one of the most used free WYSIWYG rich text editors used because of it is clear UI and customization features. Generate Plugin             Path – my-app npm run strapi generate:plugin wysiwyg Install CKEditor dependencies Path –  ./plugin/wysiwyg npm i @ckeditor/ckeditor5-react @ckeditor/ckeditor5-build-classic Continue Reading »

InnovationM Sencha ExtJS Best Architecture Design Coding Practices

Sencha Touch and Ext JS – Best Architecture, Design and Coding Practices

We have identified some of the best practices that we need to follow while working on architecture, design and development of Sencha Touch and Ext JS applications. We will keep on adding more and more to it. Stay tuned… Best Coding Practices Nesting of Function calls (Avoid it) Avoid nesting of function calls. This degrades Continue Reading »