In Sencha Training classes, students often raise questions about the best way to fix their applications. We put together this list of troubleshooting techniques to help resolve common problems with seeing data, building an app, and strange component-x behavior.
The 2007 introduction of the iPhone ushered in a new era of mobility. We now expect our applications and data to be accessible on the most convenient network-connected device. Our appetite for mobile technology has resulted in a massive influx of mobile devices supporting a myriad of different mobile operating systems.
We recently released Ext JS 5 beta, and it has lots of new features. To help you prepare your application to take advantage of everything Ext JS 5 has to offer, we’ve created an upgrade checklist. Take a look, download the beta and share your feedback in the forum.
Logic9s chose Sencha GXT to build a powerful UI for their SaaS application, ClearFactr. They used the GXT Grid widget which dramatically outperformed alternatives in rendering and navigation speed, and allowed their developers to be much more productive.
Prior to version 5, Ext JS was designed exclusively for use on desktop devices with traditional mouse input. With the release of Ext JS 5 beta, we’ve added support for touch input as well, which allows Ext JS to be used on a larger selection of devices, primarily tablets, but also laptops with touch-screens. In this article, you’ll learn how the framework handles touch events and event normalization between devices. Download the Ext JS 5 beta and check it out.
Sencha Ext JS 5 beta is available for public access and evaluation. This release includes touch support, two-way data binding, grid gadgets, touch-optimized charts, routing and more. For all the Ext JS developers out there, this a great opportunity to help make this the best Ext JS release ever. We invite you to download the beta and share your feedback in the forum.
We’re excited to make our debut appearance at Interop, one of the premier conferences for IT professionals. We’ll be spreading the word about our managed HTML5 runtime platform Sencha Space.
A few of us Sencha folks will be going to Las Vegas to participate in Interop. You can stay on top of the action by following @sencha on Twitter, or if you’ll be in Las Vegas, come visit us in the Expo Hall at the Mandalay Bay in booth 1761.
Zofari is a small team trying to change the way that people discover their world. They chose Sencha Touch to build their mobile app, which they describe as Pandora for places. With Sencha Touch, they were able to achieve rapid, platform agnostic development cycles, pushing more products faster than teams triple their size.