Using Sencha ExtJS 4.2, Sencha Architect 2.2, Add CRUD to REST client for calling Microsoft WebAPI server

Three Part Series (Part 3)   Building a Simple REST Controller with Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 and WebAPI Using Sencha ExtJS 4.2 and Sencha Architect 2.2, Build a Simple REST client (to feed WebAPI server) Add CRUD to REST client for calling Microsoft WebAPI server   In the first two posts, we built a Microsoft WebAPI REST service, then we built the client side ExtJS app to process the GET request of the service (populate the grid panel), now let’s do the other 3 parts of CRUD (insert, update and delete).  We will not build out the WebAPI side because that would involve adding some kind of persistent storage to the server (which is another topic I did not want to … Continue Reading

Using Sencha ExtJS 4.2 and Sencha Architect 2.2, Build a Simple REST client (to feed WebAPI server)

Three Part Series (Part 2)   Building a Simple REST Controller with Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 and WebAPI Using Sencha ExtJS 4.2 and Sencha Architect 2.2, Build a Simple REST client (to feed WebAPI server) Add CRUD to REST client for calling Microsoft WebAPI server   Our goal here is to create a very simple ExtJS grid panel that works with the Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 WebAPI project build in the previous post. So, first thing to do is fire up Sencha Architect 2.2 (SA 2.2).  Choose for the project type ExtJS 4.2 and you will get a blank canvas.  Drag a Viewport on to the canvas, then, in the Viewport drag a Grid Panel out.  You should have something … Continue Reading

Building a Simple REST Controller with Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 and WebAPI

Three Part Series (Part 1)   Building a Simple REST Controller with Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 and WebAPI Using Sencha ExtJS 4.2 and Sencha Architect 2.2, Build a Simple REST client (to feed WebAPI server) Add CRUD to REST client for calling Microsoft WebAPI server   REST can be a very loaded term that brings up lots of discussions of what it means.  Just to mention a few sites that define it take a look at this list: http://kellabyte.com/2011/09/04/clarifying-rest/ http://roy.gbiv.com/untangled/2008/rest-apis-must-be-hypertext-driven http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3821663/querystring-in-rest-resource-url What is abundantly clear is there is not … Continue Reading

Speaking Wednesday, February 27 About SPA apps and WebAPI in Mountain View Microsoft Office

  ASP.NET’s WebAPI and SPA’s (single page apps) are all the rage! In our brave new world, many web apps are now Single Page Applications written in JavaScript. Basically, this means that instead of having lots of static and/or dynamic pages generating lots of HTML, we now often have an html page that has just a few lines. Those lines would be just some basic header files, a css file included and a couple JavaScript include files. There are several JavaScript frameworks that support this scenario: Sencha’s SenchaTouch and ExtJS, as well as Dojo, Yahoo’s YUI and others immediately come to mind. In this presentation, we will focus on what the back end ASP.NET server can look like to support these kind of applications, and how to … Continue Reading

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