In parts 1 and 2 of this guest blog series, Richard provided details about the tools that CNX uses to manage team development with Sencha Architect. In this last installment, he shows what happens when two or more developers make changes to the same files within an app at the same time.
CNX has used Sencha Architect from its inception as a way to decrease its developers’ learning curve and to produce prototypes and applications faster. In Part 2 of this series, Richard looks at a more common scenario—two or more developers working on the same app in different areas. This is quite easy to manage with Sencha Architect.
CNX has used Sencha Architect from its inception as a way to decrease its developers’ learning curve and to produce prototypes and applications faster. In this guest post, Richard explains CNX’s development tools and methodology and how multiple developers effectively work on a single Sencha Architect app.
We’re proud to announce the release of Sencha Architect 3.1. It comes with many new features, most notably Ext JS 5 support. Within the short period since the Ext JS 5 release, we have added support to bring Sencha Architect to parity with all the new features offered by Ext JS 5.
In this month’s training tip, Lee explains how to use custom fonts with Sencha Architect. For this tutorial, she used one of the Sencha Touch starter apps, with the default theme. You can try these tips on your own Sencha Touch or Ext JS apps.
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.
We will be at the Developer Week conference next week in San Francisco where we will be running a boot camp on Wednesday, February 19th from 9:00am–10:40am. At the boot camp you’ll use Sencha Architect to quickly build a Touch Asset Tracking application. You can still sign up for the bootcamp, so add Sencha to your agenda today.
Regardless of the type of application you’re building, there is almost always room to create a custom component or user extension that can be used across projects or teams. This is the second article in a two-part series on building a user extension and integrating it into Sencha Architect. In Part 2, we’ll walk you through the process of creating a reusable AUX (Architect User Extension) package.
Regardless of the type of application you’re building, there is almost always room to create a custom component or user extension that can be used across projects or teams. This is the first article in a two-part series on building a user extension and integrating it into Sencha Architect. We will walk through some of the challenges in creating a robust user extension.
There are many reasons why you might want to change the look and feel of your app. In this blog post, we will give you a quick run through of the Themes feature in Sencha Architect 3 and share a few tips. You’ll also learn how to export a theme built in Architect and use it with other Sencha Touch and Ext JS projects.