We’re pleased to announce that Sencha Touch will officially support Tizen! This support is the direct result of building a close relationship with two key Tizen Association members, Intel and Samsung, and we are excited by their shared vision for the platform and their commitment to HTML5.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live like rock royalty? Well now is your chance! We are giving away the chance to win one of THREE Rockstar Packages to anyone who registers for SenchaCon 2013 by June 7, 2013.
Sencha Touch 2.2 provides new capabilities for theming. Themes let you customize the CSS in your application for different platforms. A platform can be a different browser such as Chrome, Internet Explorer 10, or Safari, or a device category such as Android, iOS, BlackBerry 10, Windows Phone, or Microsoft Surface Pro or RT.
Nervana Group is an interactive innovation firm that uses Sencha Touch to build mobile apps and large format touch screens for many different clients including Hard Rock Hotel, Swissotel and DePaul University. Read about how Sencha Touch has helped them reduce development time and work interactively with their clients.
In Part 1 and Part 2 of our series on Developing Mobile Applications with Force.com and Sencha Touch, we built out a simple mobile application hosted in a Salesforce.com Visualforce page to display a list of Leads, and allowing add, edit and delete capability using an Apex controller. In this third part of the series, we want to highlight the enterprise data capability of Sencha Touch, so we’ll focus on how the framework allows us to work with large datasets by adding paging and search capability to the PocketCRM application.
Sencha Architect is a visual development tool that can greatly boost your Sencha programming productivity. You can use it to rapidly create both Ext JS and Sencha Touch applications. Check out these 7 overlooked shortcuts in Sencha Architect.
In our last HTML5 scorecard, we took a look at the Microsoft Surface vs. the iPad gen4 and gave our nod to the iPad as the best HTML5 platform on tablets. This time, we’re putting the just launched BlackBerry Z10 running the new BlackBerry 10 OS through the test wringer.
We are trying something different and very cool this year at SenchaCon 2013 in Orlando in July — a mini-unconference! Some of you may be familiar with unconferences (also known as “open spaces”, “birds of a feather”, etc) — but for those of you who are not, an unconference consists of unstructured sessions that are determined and hosted by you, the conference attendees.
A few months back, we demonstrated the power of HTML5 by building a responsive, high-performance Facebook client web app using Sencha Touch, called Fastbook (you can read about the making of this app here). We are happy to share the news that Sencha will be among one of the app development tool providers admitted to the new Facebook® Technology Partners program.