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How to Deploy and Manage your Ext JS and Other HTML5 Apps

How to Deploy and Manage your Ext JS and Other HTML5 Apps

November 18, 2014 | Nick Harlow

In our Space 1.2 webinar last week, we gave an overview of the challenges around application development, deployment, management, and security that developers and IT professionals in the enterprise have to handle. Read this post and check out the webinar recording to see a demo of Sencha Space and learn how it addresses all of these challenges by providing a managed runtime environment for HTML5 apps on desktops, tablets and smartphones.

Android 5.0 Lollipop: As Sweet as Promised

Android 5.0 Lollipop: As Sweet as Promised

November 17, 2014 | Ross Gerbasi

Android 5.0 ‘Lollipop’ has certainly positioned itself to be one of the more significant updates Google has released, so far, to its mobile platform. With a brand new look via Google’s Material Design and over 5000 new APIs, it’s sure exciting! We decided to dig into the new release and pull out the Web-specific details we felt were most important.

Announcing Sencha Space 1.2

Announcing Sencha Space 1.2

October 28, 2014 | Nick Harlow

Sencha Space 1.2 is here — our secure application management platform lets you easily deploy your applications to the most users, on the most devices, with the least hassle. Start a free trial and check out all of the new features.

JavaScript in the Enterprise - Your Questions Answered

JavaScript in the Enterprise - Your Questions Answered

October 21, 2014 | Arthur Kay

In last week’s webinar, Analyzing the ROI of JavaScript in Enterprise Software Development, we discussed the requirements for building enterprise applications and highlighted some of the challenges commonly faced by our own customers. In this article, we answer some of the top questions asked by attendees.

Sencha Space Smooths the Transition to iOS 8

Sencha Space Smooths the Transition to iOS 8

October 14, 2014 | Nick Harlow

Technology enthusiasts generally greet new Apple releases with a jubilant fanfare, but new device and iOS releases regularly impose significant costs for application developers. Fortunately, Sencha Space insulated its subscribers and end users from these interruptions. End users who upgraded to iOS 8 were able to simply upgrade their Space client application and all the apps deployed to them through Space continued to work as intended.

Webinar — The Exciting Future of Mobile Application Security

Webinar — The Exciting Future of Mobile Application Security

June 09, 2014 | Nick Harlow

No one likes to deal with multiple login screens. If you have to log in to more than one application a day, you know how painful it is to manage all those passwords. You can get greater security for your application with two-factor authentication, which can help ensure your users are who they say they are. Join us as we discuss how Sencha integrates with two-factor access control and single sign-on provider SecureAuth to create a seamless login experience for users — across all their devices.

Unbundling Your Enterprise Apps: How Sencha Space Can Help You Succeed

Unbundling Your Enterprise Apps: How Sencha Space Can Help You Succeed

June 05, 2014 | Nick Harlow

All of the recent discussion about unbundling, and how it will affect the consumer mobile application landscape, raises other questions: should enterprises unbundle their mobile apps and how can they succeed with this strategy? Many enterprise application developers have to consider management, deployment, security, and user access control requirements. Learn how Sencha Space can help organizations successfully unbundle their apps.

Mobility: Think Data, Not Devices

Mobility: Think Data, Not Devices

May 13, 2014 | Nick Harlow

Organizations, that struggled with mobility back in 2009 and 2010 when Apple’s iPhones and iPads were leading the invasion of the enterprise, now have a different set of questions: How do I get my apps and data onto all the screens my end users want to use? How do I manage, secure, and monitor the apps and data – regardless of the device used to access them? The answer to the first question is: write HTML5 apps.