Free eBook Giveaway

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Posted By: eligeske on in DHTMLX

Chance to Win Free Copies of my latest book Learning DHTMLX Suite UI

Readers would be pleased to know that we have teamed up with Packt Publishing to organize a Giveaway of a brand new book  Learning DHTMLX Suite UI

And 3 lucky winners stand a chance to win eBook copies  of the book. Keep reading to find out how you can be one of the Lucky Winners.

– Learn how to install and use DHTMLX methods and events
– Store data in HTML5 local storage
– Learn how to develop a client-side application using DHTMLX and browser tools

How to Enter?
All you need to do is head on over to the book page (http://www.packtpub.com/learning-dhtmlx-suite-ui/book)and look through the product description of the book and drop a line via the comments below this post to let us know what interests you the most about this book. It’s that simple !!!

The contest will close on Jan 15th! 3 best comments will be selected  as Winners by me and will be contacted via email  by Packt publishing, so be sure to use your real email address !!

7 Responses to "Free eBook Giveaway"

  1. Jon Sieve says:

    Good Job

  2. Michael says:

    Great job on the book! I think I would be most interested in the JSON for grids and charts as I mainly work with JS and depend on AJAX GET requests of JSON data. This mainly entails requesting data to generate statistics, graphs, tables and other visualizations. Your book seems very well structured and should be helpful for many people who are looking to work with widgets and other standardized gui interface objects. Hope it does well!

  3. Steven Noe says:

    How fortunate am I to have happened across such a complete book on the DHTLMX toolkit that covers the most required aspects of building modern application interfaces?!

    Well-written, concise, and logically written, Learning DHTMLX Suite UI covers this powerful library, soup-to-nuts, and I can’t wait to read it cover-to-cover to immediately deploy these powerful UI tools, such as DHTMLX Windows; rapidly deploy DHTMLX Charts, and build a DHTMLX File Commander/Explorer backend admin for a client site.

    Finally, a comprehensive how-to instruction manual for a modern day Javascript library!! BRAVO!!

  4. Isabel says:

    Finally! a book about DHTMLX suite, Thanks a lot!

    It looks as a great base to start working, I would like to see eventually a more advance book with Trees, synchronization of components, and data processors

  5. Steven Noe says:

    Hey Eli, a follow up to this great technology and your forthcoming book.

    Who were the lucky winners?

  6. Andjelko says:

    This is a great component and hopefully a great book. Congratulations on the effort that went into writing. Cheers

  7. David Lean says:

    Currently I’ve taken over the development of a product that uses DHTMLX controls. I’m much more familiar with tools from other vendors ie: ComponentOne, infragistics, Telerik & DevExpress.

    I need to make a decision of continuing to use these components & perhaps using them better. vs replacing them.
    I’m interested in reading your book to evaluate the potential of this library. It may be faster than scanning the product documentation.

Learning DHTMLX Suite UI

Learn the foundation of the DHTMLX Suite quickly while building a single page application with multiple components in harmony.

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