Sencha Eclipse Plugin is a full code assist and validation plugin for the popular Eclipse IDE. With the plugin, you’re able to get code assist for standard Sencha Touch (new in Sencha Eclipse Plugin 1.1) and Ext JS types, as well as custom types that you define as a part of your project. In this article, I will demonstrate the latest updates to this plugin.
Bryntum has been working hard lately to port their Ext Scheduler component over to the Sencha Touch platform. In this post, they introduce you to the new version and share some details of how they developed a cross framework extension for Sencha Touch and Ext JS.
We are putting together a fantastic event with 60+ sessions, a social event each night and a full-day hackathon to close out on a great week. You don’t want to miss this!
Today we’re excited to announce two very different, yet equally awesome pieces of news: first, we’re releasing Sencha Desktop Packager 1.1 and second, the Sencha Desktop Packager is now available as a standalone product.
We’re excited to announce the availability of BlackBerry 10 support for Sencha Touch! Developers can use Sencha Touch 2.1.1 to create amazing web applications that run fantastically well on the Blackberry 10 browser.
Today we released the final video in our contest series about what it will take to win the HTML5 is Ready App Contest. Hear directly from the judges on what a badass HTML5 app means to them and ultimately what it will take to win.
The release of Ext JS 4.2 beta delivers significantly faster performance of our Grid component. Check out the performance enhancements we’ve made in buffered rendering that allow this feature to be used in more situations with much less configuration. Developers who build apps featuring large data sets should see a dramatic increase in responsiveness thanks to these optimizations.
With the Sencha Eclipse Plugin, you’re able to get code assist for standard Sencha Touch (new in Sencha Eclipse Plugin 1.1) and Ext JS types, as well as custom types that you define as a part of your project. In this article, guest blogger Justin Early demonstrates some of the tricks and tips that can make you a more productive Sencha Touch developer.