By Frank Zammetti
In Practical Dojo Projects, you will research all approximately what Dojo has to provide. you will see it in motion within the kind of 5 absolutely sensible functions, which come with
- A touch supervisor for storing details for all of the vital humans on your lifestyles
- A code cupboard: a spot to shop, index, and get code snippets from
- A inventory tracker to maintain tune of your inventory portfolio
- A message discussion board for open discussions on issues you outline
- Even a enjoyable little video game!
By the time you've got accomplished studying, you should have an organization snatch on what Dojo is all approximately, and you will have the training you must start to use it your self on your personal tasks. See you inside!
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Guided by means of engineers who labored on AngularJS at Google, you’ll stroll in the course of the framework’s key good points, after which construct a operating AngularJS app—from format to checking out, compiling, and debugging. You’ll find out how AngularJS is helping lessen the complexity of your net app.
* Dive deep into Angular’s development blocks and find out how they interact
* achieve greatest flexibility by way of setting apart good judgment, facts, and presentation tasks with MVC
* gather your complete app within the browser, utilizing client-side templates
* Use AngularJS directives to increase HTML with declarative syntax
* speak with the server and enforce easy caching with the $http carrier
* Use dependency injection to enhance refactoring, testability, and a number of surroundings layout
* Get code samples for universal difficulties you face in so much net apps
- CoffeeScript Application Development
- Developing Microservices with Node.js
- HTML5 Multimedia
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Fortunately, Dojo has a great web site. In fact, have a look for yourself, in Figure 1-22. Figure 1-22. The Dojo web site—’nough said! org) you can reach the message forums, through which most support and discussion takes place. You can also find mailing list archives and subscription information. There is even information on frequently visited Internet Relay Chat (IRC) channels. All of this is available from the Community link on the menu bar up top. Naturally enough, you can also download pages and issue trackers and even a time line for planned upcoming releases.
This figure is showing the default Tundra theme in action. Unfortunately, this not being a computer screen, you can’t get the full effect from the blackand-white pages of a book. Not to worry, though: The examples in this book will use the Tundra scheme quite a bit, so you’ll have a chance to see it in all its color and graphical glory as you play with the projects. 23 24 CHAPTER 1 ■ INTRODUCTION TO DOJO Figure 1-9. The Theme Tester application, with modal dialog opened up Figure 1-10 is another view of this application, but this time you can see a whole slew of dijits!
Js and then that’s all you need to deal with. require() means that you can keep Dojo modular and then dynamically add pieces as you need them. This will, however, increase the number of requests needed to build your page, so there are some performance considerations, which is where custom builds come into play. As I said, though, you’ll look at that in more detail in later chapters. require() is the way to go, and the way you’ll see most often throughout this book. Finally: Dijits! Okay, okay, I’ve put you off long enough—let’s see how those dijits are created!