We’re pleased to release Sencha Touch 2 beta 2, which contains around 100 improvements over beta 1. Today we’re also taking you on a detailed tour of DataView and asking for your help voting on an Android bug report.
We’re constantly updating Sencha Learn with new content for many of our products. Read on to find out what you might’ve missed.
Sencha.io Sync was made available as an open beta last week, so we wanted to give a more detailed look at how to use Sync. We announced Sencha.io Sync in the early summer and have spent time honing and tuning the service based on feedback from our private beta customers, and we’re excited to invite the Sencha community to try their hands at our Sync service.
Over the past few weeks, we’ve produced a host of new educational material for our new Learning Center. We thought we would give you a quick update on a few of the recent highlights.
Traditionally, cross-browser styling has been a time consuming and tedious task. With the rise of modern browsers and the introduction of CSS3, we can finally create beautiful cross-browser interfaces using a simple syntax. We show you how with the new Sencha SDK Tools.
With Ext GWT 3.0, we have introduced a new way of rendering the view and styling a widget. This approach, introduced by Google, is very flexible and has many advantages to the previous method. Darrell Meyer provides a glimpse into the appearance design of Ext GWT 3.0.
Today, we’ll be looking at creating a small application that makes use of this new class Loader system, exercising the dependency management system. Along the way, we’ll discuss various configuration options for the Ext Loader system.
The scalability, maintainability and flexibility of an application is mostly determined by the quality of the application’s architecture. In this article, we’ll take a look at a popular application and discuss how we might architect the user interface to create a solid foundation.
A brief tutorial on how to make an animated scene using CSS3 animations in Sencha Animator. For this demo, we found an Adobe Flash animation from a popular stock photography site, and replicated it perfectly with HTML5/CSS3 Animations using Sencha Animator.