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.
Today we’re excited to announce the availability of our newest bundle, Sencha Complete: Team. Over the last few years, we’ve been working hand in hand with our customers as they use Sencha technologies to make more complex and mission critical applications on both desktop and mobile. Sencha Complete: Team is intended to help teams of developers be more productive, connect their apps more easily to back-end data sources, and have more flexibility in deployment.
Extensions provide developers with valuable features beyond those that ship in Sencha’s frameworks, and are a very important part of the Sencha platform. At Sencha, we are investing to improve the ecosystem of extensions on our platform and I wanted to share an early look at our progress.
Get your tickets now for the 2012 SourceDevCon developer’s conference May 2-5 in London, UK. The beautiful Park Plaza Hotel, overlooking Big Ben and the London Eye, will host a four-day program of intermediate to advanced level sessions to web application developers, presented by the true authorities in the industry. Sencha is the platinum sponsor, and Sencha’s CEO Michael Mullany will present the keynote.
At CES this year, AT&T introduced a new SDK to help web application developers quickly and easily connect their applications to AT&T API services. The SDK is based on Sencha Touch and the initial APIs available include billing, location, MMS and device capabilities.
Today we’re very proud to announce the first release of Sencha Animator, a desktop application for the creation of rich media animations based on web standards for modern mobile devices. Sporting an innovative technology in a familiar working environment for designers, Sencha Animator enables interactive designers to transition their skills to open web standards.
Introducing the Sencha Touch App Gallery, currently stocked with over 100 Sencha Touch mobile apps. Read on about our plans for the App Gallery, and how to submit your own Sencha Touch app.
The Fall 2011 conference season is warming up, and so we’re out on the road again. Conferences and meetups are a great chance for us to come out and meet our community, and to show off what we’ve spent the summer working on. Here’s where we’re planning to be over the next few months.
Since the launch of Ext JS 4 we’ve been hard at work improving all aspects of helping you learn the framework. We’ve launched a new learning center, improved the way we track bugs and respond to issues on the forums and more. You’ve given us a tremendous amount of support as well as suggestions on how to improve via the active docs app threads on the forums. We’ve been listening and today I’d like to share a few of the improvements we’ve made with you, as well as some of what we’re working on.
Today, we’re happy to announce an all-new Sencha Complete and a promotional price to sweeten the deal. The new Sencha Complete includes a commercial license to Sencha Touch Charts — our data visualization add-on to Sencha Touch — and the new Ext Designer 1.2 with support for Ext JS 4. And celebrate the expanded Sencha Complete, we’ve made the price even more attractive. Sencha Complete is now on sale through Sept. 30th with a starting price of $845.