November 10, 2011
Sencha, the industry leader in HTML5 development, schedules five free workshops throughout the United States to help developers get up to speed on building apps based on open standards.
REDWOOD CITY, Calif.: Recent industry events have forced developers to reevaluate their platform choices, and HTML5 is the clear victor in the battle between open standards and proprietary technologies. To help them make the transition to HTML5, Sencha is hosting a national roadshow to introduce developers to the technology that has emerged as the new standard in mobile app development.
“It’s looking like November 2011 could well be the tipping point for the validation of HTML5, with tectonic shifts toward open Web standards being announced by some of the largest players in the industry,” said Michael Mullany, CEO of Sencha. “We’re seeing increasing interest from developers eager to learn how to migrate to HTML5 from various proprietary platforms, and we’re eager to connect with them and get them up to speed on open standards and our technologies. We invite developers to attend our free workshops and learn about HTML5 and Sencha’s SDKs, tools and cloud services in a collaborative and fun environment with Sencha experts.”
Bring a laptop and join Sencha to learn how to build mobile HTML5 applications
Sencha experts will be on hand to familiarize developers with HTML5, and help walk them through app development in a creative workshop environment. Developers will learn how to build mobile web apps that work on the most popular touchscreen devices — and lunch is provided.
Topics include: • HTML5 basics: what it is and how it’s different from other mobile platforms • Sencha Touch 101: getting your environment ready, and getting started • Building with Native Packaging: get your app into the App Store fast
Sencha is coming to a city near you in early December! – San Francisco – Seattle – Los Angeles – New York – Chicago
Note, due to capacity limitations, on-site registration will not be available. Advanced registration only.