DecidoKompetensor, an IT company based in Malmö and Helsingborg, Sweden, uses Ext JS and Sencha Touch. They recently worked on the Impossible Project App with Impossible, a company that develops and produces completely new instant film materials for traditional Polaroid cameras. They chose Sencha Touch for the mobile app to ensure cross platform compatibility and an elegant UI with a seamless user experience.
While the whole world is discussing the new iOS 7 release, or locking themselves in front of the game console to play GTA 5, Sencha has delivered several updates to its frameworks and tools — Sencha Touch 2.3, Ext JS 4.2.2, Sencha Cmd 4 and Sencha Architect 2.2.3. To celebrate the new product releases, we’re sharing some of the best tricks to get your app development started quickly.
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Today we’re releasing Sencha Touch 2.3 with lots of new features, an iOS 7-friendly theme, as well as an exclusive Touch Grid for our product bundles (Sencha Complete and Sencha Touch Bundle). Sencha Touch 2.3 includes 3 new themes: Cupertino (themed for iOS 7), Cupertino Classic (themed for iOS6.x and below), Mountain View (themed for Android), and enhancements to other themes (including BlackBerry 10 upgrades).
Technical content is the heart of every developer conference, and we’re proud to say we had over 70 sessions at SenchaCon 2013. For those of you who attended, you know that nothing beats the in-person experience, networking with peers, and meeting directly with Sencha engineers.
We’ve been testing the final release of iOS 7 over the last few days against our usual battery of HTML5 tests. Normally we’re effusive about new releases of iOS to the point of fanboy-dom, but this time, and for the first time ever, we’re disappointed.
We are excited to share with you the specifics of the upcoming Sencha Touch 2.3 release. We have been constantly hearing that Sencha Touch developers would like have access to more device features, so they could build better applications on the mobile platform. The Sencha Touch 2.3 release primarily addresses the native packaging needs for Sencha developers and also includes a number of new themes.
One of the major announcements at SenchaCon this year was that Ext JS will be adding support for touch-enabled devices. To make this feature available in Ext JS, we have merged the cores of the Ext JS and Sencha Touch frameworks to create the sencha-core package. In this article, we will describe how to use these touch events in your apps.
In this guest post, Todd will show you how Modus Create connects their corporate address book app, built using Sencha Touch 2 and Ext JS 4, to the DreamFactory open source backend services platform.