As you’re working on upgrading your Ext JS 4 apps to Ext JS 5, read this article to learn about best practices and techniques for optimizing your apps with the new touch gestures introduced in Ext JS 5.
Sencha Cmd provides a suite of tools for generating and building applications using Sencha Touch and Ext JS. From a built-in web server to package management, Sencha Cmd can help you automate many common tasks. In this article, we’ll explore how all this comes together and test it out with a new custom component.
Learn how you can use Declarative Listeners to simplify your application’s Views and reduce boilerplate code in your custom Components when building apps with Ext JS 5.0.1.
Last week, Yahoo announced they are immediately stopping all new development on their Yahoo User Interface (YUI) library. The Sencha Ext JS framework and YUI have a kinship and a long history together, so we wanted to take this opportunity to reflect on our past and discuss what the future holds.
In parts 1 and 2 of this guest blog series, Richard provided details about the tools that CNX uses to manage team development with Sencha Architect. In this last installment, he shows what happens when two or more developers make changes to the same files within an app at the same time.
CNX has used Sencha Architect from its inception as a way to decrease its developers’ learning curve and to produce prototypes and applications faster. In Part 2 of this series, Richard looks at a more common scenario—two or more developers working on the same app in different areas. This is quite easy to manage with Sencha Architect.
There are really exciting product developments afoot at Sencha. We look forward to presenting all of these ideas to you, and because there’s a lot to share, we are moving the upcoming SenchaCon to April 2015.
We’re proud to announce the release of Sencha Touch 2.4, which continues to enhance Sencha Touch support for the BlackBerry 10 browser and devices. About 18 months ago, we announced our collaboration with BlackBerry — optimizing Sencha Touch to run on the BlackBerry 10 browser and create a new theme and set of components to make building BlackBerry 10 applications as easy as possible.
The need for browser-based test automation is hard to ignore. HTML5 Robot was created to ease the difficulty in using Selenium with HTML5 technologies. In this guest post, John describes how HTML5 Robot can be used as a Java framework for writing and managing test suites, or as a Java library that can be included in an existing project.