24 Jun 2010 10:56 AM #11
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You could put your Sencha Touch app into something like PhoneGap to use native capabilities. We are planning on writing tutorials that show you how to do this.
24 Jun 2010 1:34 PM #12
4 Feb 2011 2:06 PM #13
Reviving an old thread here, but I think native developers aren't thinking enough about the impact that Sencha Touch should have on their choice of frameworks. We've thought about it a bit ... our thoughts at: http://monolithinteractive.com/2011/...web-or-native/
Basically I think that for content-style apps you're probably better off going with Sencha Touch and maybe PhoneGap ... or embedding Sencha Touch manually. But for stuff that requires a more sophisticated user experience ... native is still better. The main advantage as I see it is you can hire a web developer for way less than a native developer... not a great reason but economics always wind up in charge.
5 Feb 2011 10:54 AM #14
The main advantage as I see it is you can hire a web developer for way less than a native developer... not a great reason but economics always wind up in charge.
9 Nov 2011 7:02 AM #15
Can you show me an application on android market which use most off Sencha features because I'm beginner and I want to see what we can implement with Sencha.
Or show me some custom things implemented with Sencha, the examples are good, but what will happen when we need to implement something not so Sencha specific.
9 Nov 2011 8:16 AM #16
This app contains basic sencha components, uses plugins and has a custom rating component.
Hope this helps.
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