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Introducing Siesta: A Testing Tool for Ext JS

Introducing Siesta: A Testing Tool for Ext JS

December 14, 2011 | Mats Bryntse

Siesta is a new unit testing framework for Ext JS and other JavaScript code. Testing Ext JS, or any JavaScript-centric web framework, can be difficult because the available tools are not really suited for the task. Most popular web UI testing tools don’t offer enough help unless your application uses simple static HTML pages. This is where Siesta is different from the rest, because its top priority is Ext JS testing.

IE10 Preview: HTML5 First Look

IE10 Preview: HTML5 First Look

September 23, 2011 | Michael Mullany

Simply put, (and with the caveat that we were running on the notably overpowered developer preview hardware) the IE10 HTML5 experience is one of the best we’ve seen on any platform to date. After a decade of web neglect, Microsoft is back with a vengeance.

Using Ext Loader for Your Application

Using Ext Loader for Your Application

June 27, 2011 | Jay Garcia

Today, we’ll be looking at creating a small application that makes use of this new class Loader system, exercising the dependency management system. Along the way, we’ll discuss various configuration options for the Ext Loader system.

A Web Developer’s Wishlist for iOS 5

A Web Developer’s Wishlist for iOS 5

May 26, 2011 | James Pearce

With Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference 2011 just a few weeks away, we thought it would be a good time to think about what they might announce at the sold-out event. We take a look at Mobile Safari from a web developer’s perspective to see what it needs to stay on top of the heap.

EventRecorder for Android Web Applications

EventRecorder for Android Web Applications

March 07, 2011 | Helder Correia

After we came up with RemoteJS, we started thinking about how we could go one step further regarding the testing of Android web applications based on Sencha Touch. Introducing EventRecorder for Android mobile web apps.

Countdown to Ext JS 4: Drawing and Charting

Countdown to Ext JS 4: Drawing and Charting

February 09, 2011 | Jamie Avins

Ext JS 4 does away with Flash for Charts, using fully accessible JavaScript instead. When we announced this new feature at SenchaCon, we almost brought the house down. Find out what our talented Charts team has been up to in Jamie Avin’s preview of Ext JS 4: Drawing and Charts.