TriNet provides HR solutions to small and mid-sized businesses. They built TriNet Payroll using Ext JS because it’s a robust framework for developing enterprise-class web applications that saves time, and its extensive set of tools makes development easier.
Be one of the first 750 people to register for SenchaCon 2015, and you could win 2 tickets to pro football’s biggest game. There are only 2 days left to get your Early Bird ticket and save $400. Check out the technical sessions by industry and Sencha engineers.
We’re pleased to announce the release of Sencha Space 1.3, our secure application management platform that lets you easily deploy your applications to the most users, on the most devices, with the least hassle. Check out all of the new features.
Sencha and Forrester held a joint webinar to discuss key trends and best practices in web application management and deployment. We covered the evolution of application development practices and technology and identified best practices that organizations can use to create cost-effective, successful, long-term application strategies. Check out the Q&A in this post and watch the webinar recording.
The term “accessibility” is very broad and can be intimidating when first encountered. This article shows you how to build Ext JS 5 apps with keyboard management to drive up efficiency and productivity for all users including those with disabilities.
We’re happy to announce that the first round of conference sessions is now posted on the SenchaCon website. Get a quick overview of what we’ll be covering in some of the sessions. Don’t miss your chance to get an Early Bird Ticket. Deadline has been extended to February 14th.
Given today’s proliferation of devices and form factors, optimizing your applications for all of these possibilities has become increasingly hard to manage. Ext JS 5.1 gives you powerful tools to manage the complexity of building and optimizing your apps for multiple devices and form factors. Read this article to get the latest techniques.
David Chandler, our new Developer Advocate for Sencha GXT, reflects on changes in the GWT ecosystem since GWT became fully open source in 2012 and talks about what’s coming up for Sencha GXT.
HTML5 has proven itself to be a reliable and powerful platform for building robust applications across a variety of devices. However, as web technology continues to evolve at a rapid pace, it can be difficult for developers to stay on top of the latest tools and techniques. Check out this article and our upcoming webinar.