In this article we will discuss some specific technical challenges that we overcame during the development of the Sencha Architect 3 User Extensions feature. The major new features we introduced in the preview are: Application Templates and User Extensions and Theming Support.
Here’s the video of the SenchaCon kickoff — our keynote presentation to a standing-room only audience in Orlando last week! We had some great guest speakers and showed Architect 3.0, Ext JS for touch devices and grid gadgets, Touch grids and much more. Plus, we introduced and demoed the all-new Sencha Space.
UNIORG is a leading full service provider of SAP business solutions and certified partner of SAP AG. They recently developed UNIORG OrderTracking for SAP HANA, using Sencha Touch, Architect and Ext JS, to deliver real-time status, order value, classification characteristics and analysis functions on top of SAP HANA (In-Memory Technology), which is not achievable with the native SAP ERP system.
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.
Sencha Architect is a visual development tool that can greatly boost your Sencha programming productivity. You can use it to rapidly create both Ext JS and Sencha Touch applications. Check out these 7 overlooked shortcuts in Sencha Architect.
Yesterday, we announced new versions of Sencha Architect and Ext JS. We gave a brief summary of Architect 2.2 new features in our Sencha March Madness blog post, and today we want to dive deeper into all of the improvements we’ve made over the last few months.
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.
Today marks a major milestone for the Sencha platform. We are announcing the general availability of Sencha Touch 2.1, general availability of the Sencha Cmd 3.0 build tool, an update to Sencha Architect, and a beta release of the BlackBerry 10 theme for Sencha Touch!
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.
Sencha Architect is better than ever. We’re excited to announce Architect 2.1 and to share what we’ve been working on for the past three months. The goal for the first minor release was to improve performance and stability while continuing to add functionality that helps our developers do even more with the tool. Minor release? It sure doesn’t feel that way with hundreds of bugs fixed and dozens of new features. Here’s a run down of the most prominent features.