Tag archives for client

Sencha/ExtJs: Encode/Decode an array in the client/server communications
Hi, I would expose you a simple solution to encode an array of objects during the submission of a form on client side (in Javascript) and decode this same array on server side (in JAVA). Client side During the submission of a form, we create a parameter named MyArrayParam which will contain the array of objects: We need a method to create the parameter ...more»
HTML5/WEB: localStorage, sessionStorage, Persistence UserData
Hi, In this post, I will try to present you the HTML5 localStorage and sessionStorage, their differences, examples to illustrate our writes, the browser compatibility and another technologies Persistence UserData. Presentation: Advantage and difference LocalStorage and SessionStorage are new HTML5 technologies that allow to save data in the client (web browser), unlike to sessions "normal" which save the data in the server. These technologies ...more»
Sencha/ExtJs: Timer, Task used for a progression bar (Part2)
In a previous post, I have introduced the Timer and Task components of Sencha framework. In this example more advanced, we will use the components timer/task of Sencha in order to show a progression bar in client side after the submitting of an business action to server. Each request sent by a client is identified by a requestID in order to ...more»
Sencha/ExtJs: Timer, Timed Code Execution (Part1)
In this post, I would introduced the timer executed in client side due to the Sencha/ExtJs Framework. Sencha provides several components in order to implement the timers (definitions from Sencha site): Ext.util.TaskRunner: The TaskRunner class is used to execute a function at a specified interval. This is useful when doing polling type operations, for example when reloading Ajax content every ...more»
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