We’re excited to announce the availability of Ext JS 5.1 Beta. We’ve been hard at work adding exciting new features and responding to all the great feedback from you, the Sencha Community. Ext JS 5.1 comes with an entirely new selection mode for our grids (the spreadsheet model), along with other new components and enhancements including: 3D column and bar charts, enhancements to the draw package, a color picker, and the rating widget. Try it out and share your feedback in the Ext JS 5.1 beta forums.
In this post, we explore the new Genuitec GapDebug tool and explain how it makes it much easier to debug hybrid applications built with Sencha frameworks and deployed with PhoneGap.
Sencha Cmd provides a suite of tools for generating and building applications using Sencha Touch and Ext JS. From a built-in web server to package management, Sencha Cmd can help you automate many common tasks. In this article, we’ll explore how all this comes together and test it out with a new custom component.
Here are the latest Top Support Tips. Learn about the new doc type in Ext JS 5, using overrides in Ext JS, and new optimizations for callParent in Sencha Cmd 5.
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.
We’re excited to announce the general availability of Ext JS 5.0.1. This maintenance release includes a number of improvements based on feedback from the Sencha community. In this article, we’ll take a tour of the changes.
With Ext JS 5, reusing code between mobile (Sencha Touch) and desktop/tablet apps (Ext JS) is a dream come true. In this article, we will harness the power of Sencha Cmd 5 to build a Sencha Space application that uses shared code between Ext JS 5 and Sencha Touch 2.
Get an overview of Sencha Cmd and learn why it’s so valuable for enterprise software development. You’ll see how it fits into an application development workflow to help you with everything from scaffolding a new project to minifying and deploying your app to production.
In this Sencha Touch tutorial, you will build the Do I need my Umbrella? app, a simple utility app that loads weather information from a web service — worldweatheronline.com. Based on weather codes, this app can predict if you need your umbrella or not. In part 3, we’ll talk about builds, and you’ll use Sencha Cmd and PhoneGap/Cordova.
Perhaps the biggest new feature introduced in Sencha Cmd 4 is the “sencha app watch” command. This command greatly streamlines the continuous process of making small changes and seeing them run seconds later. In this article, we will cover the basic operation of the app watch command and how you can customize its behavior.