This year we wanted to make big improvements in the Sencha Forums. We started by adding post voting, JIRA integration and trends. Next up, we set out to make search better. Here’s what we’ve done to make search more useful for the community.
Extensions provide developers with valuable features beyond those that ship in Sencha’s frameworks, and are a very important part of the Sencha platform. At Sencha, we are investing to improve the ecosystem of extensions on our platform and I wanted to share an early look at our progress.
Get your tickets now for the 2012 SourceDevCon developer’s conference May 2-5 in London, UK. The beautiful Park Plaza Hotel, overlooking Big Ben and the London Eye, will host a four-day program of intermediate to advanced level sessions to web application developers, presented by the true authorities in the industry. Sencha is the platinum sponsor, and Sencha’s CEO Michael Mullany will present the keynote.
We’re constantly updating Sencha Learn with new content for many of our products. Read on to find out what you might’ve missed.
Today we’re excited to let you know that we’re hosting a free roadshow at five cities in the United States to help developers get up to speed on HTML5 and also Sencha technologies. This free, half-day workshop is designed to educate developers on how they can leverage HTML5 in mobile and how to build rich applications built on open standards. If you’re new to HTML5 or new to mobile, this is the perfect workshop for you.
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.
SenchaCon 2011 was an awesome event for the team and the community. We had over 600 attendees attending more than 50 unique sessions, a rocking party and a fantastic hackathon. Here’s the highlights of last week’s mega-event!
Our SenchaCon 2011 Contest encouraged our community to build the best apps possible with Sencha technologies. And, as ever, the entries did not disappoint! We had hundreds of application submissions, and the standard was extremely high.
Improving the documentation experience for our customers is a top priority at Sencha. One often requested feature is the ability for our customers to add comments directly to the class documentation. Today we’re happy to announce the availability of this functionality in our latest documentation update.