One of the first questions I always hear when starting with a new client is “How can I build unit tests for my application?”
It’s obvious that many people understand the benefits of unit tests – developers want to minimize the number of bugs in their code and managers want to reduce the amount of time required to test an application before release. Although the concept of unit testing has existed for years, software teams are only now beginning to explore building tests for their Rich Internet Applications (RIAs).
Today we’re releasing the Sencha Touch oData Connector for SAP, available on the Sencha Market. We’ve partnered with SAP to make it easier for SAP customers to build HTML5 applications using Sencha Touch. We announced our partnership with SAP earlier this year and have been working actively with SAP to build this shared capability to make it easy for developers to quickly build rich mobile enterprise applications.
Today Sencha is launching a fast-track program for Flex Developers looking to develop HTML5 applications in partnership with Sencha. Join us to learn more about building HTML5 applications.
SenchaCon in Austin last week really reaffirmed our belief in the strength of the Sencha community – and most especially on day three, when we hosted our biggest ever Sencha Hackathon.
With Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference 2011 just a few weeks away, we thought it would be a good time to think about what they might announce at the sold-out event. We take a look at Mobile Safari from a web developer’s perspective to see what it needs to stay on top of the heap.
Well-known designer and developer, Joe McCann, recently spent a few days using Sencha Touch. We asked him to talk through his experiences of building his first application.
Developers often run into debugging hurdles when testing web pages for Android mobile devices. And, while the Android Developers Guide provides a solution, it’s a bit cumbersome and complex. In this article, our WebKit team provides a better solution called RemoteJS.
As device displays become denser and denser, finding the right method for creating resolution independent UI elements will become more and more important. This article shows you how to make your own scalable UI elements for WebKit.
Using standard Ext components and a couple of custom ones, you can create a great looking diff viewer for the web that requires no backend.
With close to 100 billion text messages sent every month in the U.S., text messaging has clearly become a communication medium many of us have come to rely on. Zipwhip, a text messaging utility for the web with a polished Ext-based user interface, aims to take texting to a new level. The team at Zipwhip were eager to share their enthusiasm and approach to building with Ext.