We’ve been interviewing the developers that created the amazing apps for our most recent Sencha Touch App Contest. In the last of our series, we have the honor of talking to Cahit Gürgüc, and find out about the magic behind his brilliant DailyCrossword entry.
Pier 1 Imports is the largest specialty retailer of imported home furnishings and décor. Read about how Mad Mobile used Sencha Touch to build the Pier 1 mobile website.
We’d like to spotlight four Sencha customers who are using Ext JS to build desktop web applications.
Mygazines’ Mobile 3.0 is a digital reading experience for documents such as magazines and brochures. It is a web app that works on any modern mobile device’s browser. Find out how they used Sencha Touch to mimic a native app experience: supporting content by location, video, links, high quality zooming, pinching, swiping, text-only mode, fast content loading and spreads.
We’d like to introduce you to some of the developers behind the apps that were produced for the our 2010 Sencha Touch App Contest, and give them a chance to explain why and how they created their competition entries. This week: Mike Hardaker with TravelMate.
We’d like to introduce you to some of the developers behind the apps that were produced for the our 2010 Sencha Touch App Contest, and give them a chance to explain why and how they created their competition entries. First up: Nick Poulden from e-resistible.
CarSense.com is using Sencha Touch for Apple iOS and Google Android touch screen devices. Read how they implemented Sencha Touch features to search, locate and filter their huge inventory of used cars.
Echo Conference Mobile is a Sencha Touch mobile web application that provides information to our conference attendees. Check out this spotlight article to read more about its development.