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Sencha Touch and Ext JS Customer Spotlight: Smile Brands Inc.

Sencha Touch and Ext JS Customer Spotlight: Smile Brands Inc.

June 14, 2013 | Marlin Clark

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.

The New, The Improved & The Shiny at SenchaCon 2013

The New, The Improved & The Shiny at SenchaCon 2013

June 10, 2013 | Michael Mullany

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.

Productive Enterprise Web Development with Ext JS and Clear Data Builder

Productive Enterprise Web Development with Ext JS and Clear Data Builder

April 22, 2013 | Viktor Gamov

It’s not likely that you’ll start developing an enterprise HTML5 application without using one of the JavaScript frameworks. One of the most feature complete frameworks is Sencha Ext JS. Farata Systems has developed an open source software tool called Clear Toolkit for Ext JS. Clear Toolkit includes an Eclipse plugin called Clear Data Builder.

Introducing Ext JS 4.2

Introducing Ext JS 4.2

April 17, 2013 | Don Griffin

Ext JS 4.2 contains many exciting enhancements and features. You may have read about some of these in previous posts, such as the improvements to the Grid component. In this article, we’ll take a tour of the new Neptune Theme and Right-to-Left (RTL) support.

Sencha Ext JS Spotlight: KiteDesk

Sencha Ext JS Spotlight: KiteDesk

April 04, 2013 | Jack Kennedy

KiteDesk funnels your most important cloud information into a single data stream. You can view emails, social media posts, calendar items, contact info, docs, pictures and videos in one place – no more “app-flipping.” Read about how KiteDesk used Sencha Ext JS to build this very sophisticated HTML5 application with minimal startup time.

mzPivotGrid: A pivot table for Ext JS

mzPivotGrid: A pivot table for Ext JS

March 29, 2013 | Adrian Teodorescu

The Ext JS grid panel is perfect for displaying large sets of data, and it has many features for all kinds of data display. One type of data display that it doesn’t provide is a pivot grid. In this article, guest blogger Adrian Teodorescu introduces you to mzPivotGrid, a component that you can use with Sencha Ext JS to create pivot grids.

Sencha March Madness

Sencha March Madness

March 13, 2013 | Aditya Bansod

It’s not everyday we release two product updates and launch a new bundle in one fell swoop, but today is not an ordinary day. We’re very excited to announce the release of Sencha Architect 2.2, Sencha Ext JS 4.2, and the new Sencha Touch Bundle.

Using the Touch Scheduler Component

Using the Touch Scheduler Component

February 21, 2013 | Mats Bryntse

Bryntum has been working hard lately to port their Ext Scheduler component over to the Sencha Touch platform. In this post, they introduce you to the new version and share some details of how they developed a cross framework extension for Sencha Touch and Ext JS.

First Look at Ext JS 4.2 Grid

First Look at Ext JS 4.2 Grid

January 22, 2013 | Arthur Kay

The release of Ext JS 4.2 beta delivers significantly faster performance of our Grid component. Check out the performance enhancements we’ve made in buffered rendering that allow this feature to be used in more situations with much less configuration. Developers who build apps featuring large data sets should see a dramatic increase in responsiveness thanks to these optimizations.

UI Testing a Sencha App

UI Testing a Sencha App

January 10, 2013 | Arthur Kay

A few months ago, I wrote a post titled Automating Unit Tests that covered how developers could write unit tests for their business logic and validate their JavaScript syntax. Understanding these concepts is essential when building an enterprise application: bugs must be caught before changes are pushed into production or catastrophic consequences may follow.