A few of us Sencha folks will be going to Las Vegas to participate in Interop. You can stay on top of the action by following @sencha on Twitter, or if you’ll be in Las Vegas, come visit us in the Expo Hall at the Mandalay Bay in booth 1761.
Zofari is a small team trying to change the way that people discover their world. They chose Sencha Touch to build their mobile app, which they describe as Pandora for places. With Sencha Touch, they were able to achieve rapid, platform agnostic development cycles, pushing more products faster than teams triple their size.
Get an overview of Sencha Cmd and learn why it’s so valuable for enterprise software development. You’ll see how it fits into an application development workflow to help you with everything from scaffolding a new project to minifying and deploying your app to production.
Theme Builder is a new tool that generates Appearance based themes for GXT. It includes CSS3 features like gradients and rounded corners, and it can also generate images to enable older browsers to use these properties. Download GXT 3.1 beta to see some examples and try out the Theme Builder.
“Awesome! Another login screen,” said no one — ever. If you log in to more than one application a day, you know how painful it is to manage all those passwords. Register for this webinar to learn how Sencha integrates with Unified Identity and Single Sign-On provider Centrify to create a seamless login experience for your users — across all their devices.
Last October we reviewed the web implementation in iOS7.0. We were disappointed in the release, and said that "the sheer number of bugs and broken features, clearly mark this release as a beta". Now that iOS 7.1 has just shipped, we decided to revisit our assessment and see how much progress Apple has made polishing the product.
App Inspector for Sencha 2.0 is a Google Chrome Developer Tools extension for debugging Sencha apps. It offers support for Ext JS (4.x) and Sencha Touch (2.x) apps and is available to the community now from Sencha Labs, our non-profit foundation. Check out the code on GitHub and view the screencast.
BYOD 1.0 is over. Organizations have recognized the many shortcomings of existing Enterprise Mobility Management solutions and want more. In this article, we’ll explore how companies can future-proof their enterprise mobility strategy by using a managed runtime to deploy pure HTML5 apps. BYOD 2.0 is here and ready to deliver.
In Part 1 of this series, we explored how the increasing cost of data breaches coupled with the risk of increased mobility poses formidable challenges for IT-based organizations. In this article, we will examine how adding a solution that provides application-level strong cryptography for data both in-motion and at-rest can help to strengthen the security posture of today’s MDM/MAM solutions.
We’re excited to announce the release of Sencha GXT 3.1 beta, available on our download page and from Maven Central. This latest release of GXT introduces Theme Builder, a new tool for theming GXT applications, as well as the Neptune theme built entirely with this tool, adds support for GWT 2.6, and fixes a variety of bugs reported by our users. We’d like to gather feedback from our community while we prepare for the general availability of GXT 3.1.