Sencha.io is a complete cloud platform for building mobile web apps. With services like User, Data, Channel, Image and Deployment, Sencha.io makes it easy to create shared experiences in the cloud.
Users are at the heart of all applications, and the Sencha.io User service makes it easy to provide accounts for your users, store data within their accounts, as well as register new users from within your app. Sencha.io supports both Facebook and Twitter logins as well, taking the hassle out of implementing social logins.
Store and share data between devices and between users. Using a proxy included in the Sencha.io SDK, your application’s data is synchronized and made sharable in the cloud through the familiar Sencha Touch data package. Offline capability allows app functionality even when the device is offline. Changes made to local data copy are seamlessly synced when the device comes online.
Channels provide a reliable, offline-capable publish and subscribe system for exchanging messages. Messages can be sent from an app to any other device running the same app, to all the devices of a user, or to all the users of an app. You can send messages as simple JSON objects, and simply register a callback to receive inbound messages. If your device is offline, messages will queue on the device or in the cloud waiting for delivery. With these capabilities, Sencha.io makes it easier for you to build multi-user workflow style applications.
TinySrc is now Sencha.io Src, and is a part of the Sencha.io Image service. Sencha.io Src performs smart sizing of images for efficient mobile delivery. This allows you to dynamically resize images to target devices with varying screen sizes. Sencha.io Src remains a free service for single users. To learn more about Sencha.io Src, please look at the docs. If you want to deploy and run the Sencha.io Src service in your own production environment, please contact us.
Need a place to run your application? Sencha.io provides a platform for you to deploy your Sencha Touch application. You can assign custom domain URLs for your deployed apps by leveraging the CNAME support available in Sencha.io.
For more information about the various Sencha.io services and API documentation, please visit http://docs.sencha.io