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Mobility: Think Data, Not Devices

Mobility: Think Data, Not Devices

May 13, 2014 | Nick Harlow

Organizations, that struggled with mobility back in 2009 and 2010 when Apple’s iPhones and iPads were leading the invasion of the enterprise, now have a different set of questions: How do I get my apps and data onto all the screens my end users want to use? How do I manage, secure, and monitor the apps and data – regardless of the device used to access them? The answer to the first question is: write HTML5 apps.

Sencha Hosts Web Application Development Seminar in Seoul, Korea

Sencha Hosts Web Application Development Seminar in Seoul, Korea

May 12, 2014 | Jeff Pope

Sencha is hosting a seminar in Seoul, Korea on May 16, 2014 — Sencha Web Application Development for the Enterprise. The conference will focus on HTML5 and the Enterprise, and it will help organizations by describing how HTML5 and Sencha solutions, which include frameworks, tools and application delivery platforms, can address these issues. If you’ll be in Seoul on May 16, sign up for the event.

SenchaCon 2013: Top 10 Sessions You May Have Missed

SenchaCon 2013: Top 10 Sessions You May Have Missed

April 22, 2014 | Arthur Kay

SenchaCon 2015 is coming to the San Francisco Bay Area, April 7-9. Stay tuned for news on early bird discounts and sign up now to be notified when registration opens. In the meantime, here are our ten favorite technical content sessions from SenchaCon 2013.

The Downside of Native Packaging

The Downside of Native Packaging

April 16, 2014 | Nick Harlow

The 2007 introduction of the iPhone ushered in a new era of mobility. We now expect our applications and data to be accessible on the most convenient network-connected device. Our appetite for mobile technology has resulted in a massive influx of mobile devices supporting a myriad of different mobile operating systems.

App Inspector for Sencha Touch and Ext JS Developers

App Inspector for Sencha Touch and Ext JS Developers

March 12, 2014 | Arthur Kay

App Inspector for Sencha 2.0 is a Google Chrome Developer Tools extension for debugging Sencha apps. It offers support for Ext JS (4.x) and Sencha Touch (2.x) apps and is available to the community now from Sencha Labs, our non-profit foundation. Check out the code on GitHub and view the screencast.

Announcing Sencha GXT 3.1 Beta

Announcing Sencha GXT 3.1 Beta

February 26, 2014 | Gautam Agrawal

We’re excited to announce the release of Sencha GXT 3.1 beta, available on our download page and from Maven Central. This latest release of GXT introduces Theme Builder, a new tool for theming GXT applications, as well as the Neptune theme built entirely with this tool, adds support for GWT 2.6, and fixes a variety of bugs reported by our users. We’d like to gather feedback from our community while we prepare for the general availability of GXT 3.1.

The State of HTML5 Development in the Enterprise

The State of HTML5 Development in the Enterprise

February 12, 2014 | Michael Mullany

In December and January, Sencha surveyed a sample of 2,128 business application developers from its HTML5 development community. We asked about the types of applications that developers are building, the technologies that they’re using, as well as the devices they’re supporting. Many of the responses were in line with trends that the industry is aware of — for example, it’s no surprise that iPads are popular target devices — but there were also surprising results.

Top 5 Things A Game Can Teach Your Business App

Top 5 Things A Game Can Teach Your Business App

August 20, 2013 | Steve Drucker

While Sencha’s Raiders — or any game for that matter — would rarely be seen as a mission critical application, there are aspects of building a game app that can be applied to even the most data-centric, corporate application. In this article, I’ll share 5 key things we learned that you can apply in your business application development.

Sencha Browser Survey Report

Sencha Browser Survey Report

August 16, 2013 | Gautam Agrawal

Back in June, we surveyed 450 developers from the community about the current browsers they use, what browsers they support in their applications, and what their future browser support plans were. 95%+ of the developers we surveyed were using Ext JS to create business applications split somewhat evenly between business to employee, business to business and business to consumer apps.

Toward Modern Web Apps with ECMAScript 6

Toward Modern Web Apps with ECMAScript 6

August 13, 2013 | Ariya Hidayat

ECMAScript, the official name for the language we all know as JavaScript, has enjoyed tremendous success over the last couple of years. With convergent standard support, performance boosts from modern JavaScript engines, as well as its foray into the server-side stack, ECMAScript has gained significant traction and redefined the scope of HTML5 applications. In this article, we’ll cover updates in ECMAScript 6.