One of the major announcements at SenchaCon this year was that Ext JS will be adding support for touch-enabled devices. To make this feature available in Ext JS, we have merged the cores of the Ext JS and Sencha Touch frameworks to create the sencha-core package. In this article, we will describe how to use these touch events in your apps.
In this guest post, Todd will show you how Modus Create connects their corporate address book app, built using Sencha Touch 2 and Ext JS 4, to the DreamFactory open source backend services platform.
PureFacts Financial Solutions produces one of the leading Wealth Management Solutions, enabling wealth managers to use a single management interface to get a comprehensive view of their clients’ assets. In this article, Steve describes how they used Ext JS and Sencha Touch to build their apps and achieved more than 50% increase in development speed.
Here’s the video of the SenchaCon kickoff — our keynote presentation to a standing-room only audience in Orlando last week! We had some great guest speakers and showed Architect 3.0, Ext JS for touch devices and grid gadgets, Touch grids and much more. Plus, we introduced and demoed the all-new Sencha Space.
Yesterday’s SenchaCon keynote address was filled with exciting announcements. We’ll be posting a video of the entire keynote shortly, but here’s a summary of all of the new stuff that was announced and demonstrated on stage.
In this guest blog post, Seans walks you through a list of the top 10 development practices he and his team at CNX recommend. He shares common mistakes and how to avoid them when developing your Ext JS apps.
UNIORG is a leading full service provider of SAP business solutions and certified partner of SAP AG. They recently developed UNIORG OrderTracking for SAP HANA, using Sencha Touch, Architect and Ext JS, to deliver real-time status, order value, classification characteristics and analysis functions on top of SAP HANA (In-Memory Technology), which is not achievable with the native SAP ERP system.
Ext JS provides a lot of built-in components right out of the box that are highly customizable. But there may be times when you want to use a 3rd party library that is not built using the Ext JS component system. In this guest blog post, Kevin walks you through how to create a custom wrapper component to handle your library, which can be reused across any of your apps.
Smile Brands is one of the largest providers of support services to dental groups in the United States. They use Ext JS and Sencha Touch to build applications for their practice management platform and have chosen to develop HTML5 web applications for the desktop and mobile devices to first supplement, and then replace, an existing green screen application.
As we speak, the entire Sencha team is battened down for the closing weeks of preparation for SenchaCon 2013. We’ve published most of our sessions, announced most of our speakers and shown you the insane after-hours parties we’ve got in store. Now we’re going to give you a little sneak peek at what we’ll be talking about in those secret sessions on the schedule.