February is a big month in the mobile industry, with one of its premier events, the Mobile World Congress, taking place in Barcelona, Spain each year. We’re at the event, working out what’s hot and what’s not in the world of mobile web and mobile apps.
Today, we’re pleased to announce the launch of SenchaDevs, the definitive directory of developers working with Ext JS, Ext GWT, and Sencha Touch frameworks.
Sencha Conference 2010 in San Francisco was a huge success. Read on to find out how it went and what you can expect from Sencha in the new year.
Recap of Day 2 events at Sencha Conference 2010 (#SenchaCon). All sessions were recorded and videos will be made available over the coming months. Read on for more details.
We had an exciting first day at our 2010 Sencha Conference. The day kicked off with a keynote from the Sencha team with some special announcements that I’ll recap in this post.
We’ve just published the updated speaker and session line-ups for the upcoming Sencha Conference, which will be held in San Francisco, November 14-17. Join the Sencha team and community, and get up to speed on the latest in web app frameworks and technologies.
Details regarding the Sencha Touch App Contest and our Hackthon/Open House in Palo Alto this Saturday. Stop by our office or join us via WebEx!
We’re excited to see you in November for #SenchaCon. We’re putting an enormous amount of work into it and we hope you’ll join us for three days of intense learning centered around our current projects, upcoming releases, and emerging web technologies. Here’s what’s new…
With many of our developers moving to Git for smaller internal projects, and with Ext JS 3.1.1 just released, we decided to take the opportunity to move development of Ext to Git.
On behalf of the Ext Team, I am extremely excited to announce the final release of Ext JS 3.1. With this release we rededicate ourselves to making Ext JS the best it can be, in both features and performance.