While developing any application is never “easy”, web applications, especially come with their own unique set of issues and challenges. With web applications, you can face issues caused by any number of different factors. Some of the most common factors that can hinder your progress or the proper function of your app include the user […]Read more
The Dashboard is the first screen that a user wants to see in an application. There will be the most important information for the strategy of the company. There are charts and some lists with summary data to explain the current status of the business. Today we are going to create our Dashboard with […]Read more
If you are into AI algorithms, the Microsoft Azure Read REST API service is one you need to get familiar with. What makes it interesting you ask? Well, it is an API that identifies and extracts any visible text, printed or handwritten, in an image or PDF file. Simply put, the Read REST API, identifies any […]Read more
Developer Fabio Junior Policeno has been using Ext JS for over 11 years. He is a Sencha MVP, and the creator of an app built entirely with Ext JS called Genesis. In addition to his own projects, Policeno is a remarkably successful freelancer and full-stack developer with over 10,000 hours logged, impressive career earnings, and […]Read more
The Sencha product team is thrilled to announce the General Availability of version 7.1 for Ext JS, ExtAngular, ExtReact, ExtWebComponents and tooling. Read on to learn more about the improved product features of this release. Highlights Significant improvements to the Ext JS Modern and Classic toolkits. High fidelity UI and UX component enhancements to Sencha’s […]Read more
Kegan Blumenthal, GM of Sencha Inc.I am excited to share Sencha’s Updated Roadmap. Over the last six months since I joined as GM, our core team has worked hard to set Sencha on a clear growth path. We shared some of our plans in April this year, and I am happy to report that we […]Read more
On behalf of the entire Sencha team, we’re excited to announce the release of Sencha Ext JS 6.7 with major enhancements to the Modern toolkit. The Ext JS 6.7 Modern toolkit now supports grid filtering, grid locking, virtual scrolling for infinite grid, material chip, multiselect combobox and color picker. The Ext JS 6.7 Classic toolkit […]Read more
Following our Cordova / Phone Gap Guide, you can build a simple Cordova app using Sencha Command 6.6+ and Ext JS 6.6+. Check out our Community Edition if you aren’t a customer yet. If you’ve already followed the tutorial, you might have a few questions about custom build profiles and how they are used to generate an app’s manifest. This guide is easy to follow and will help you get started working with your favorite Sencha products and Cordova. Along the way I’ll provide some helpful insight on the various build profiles created for you in a universal app as well as how to create a custom build profile – each profile allowing you to package your app with Cordova to provide that native experience you want.