Wearable JavaScript

Learn how you can easily develop applications for the new emerging market of wearable devices. Dan Gallo gives you a preview of his talk at O’Reilly Fluent Conference on April 21 in San Francisco.

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Ext JS Customer Spotlight: Greentree International

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Greentree International provides ERP software for mid-tier companies. They chose Ext JS, Sencha Touch and Cmd to transform their desktop application into a browser-based product across multiple devices. Using the Sencha theming guide, they found it easy to create a customized look and feel.

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Top Support Tips

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Get these great tips from the Sencha Support Team. Learn how to display scrollbars in Sencha Touch and how to destroy event listeners in Ext JS 5.

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Apple Shows Love for HTML5 with iOS 8


We’ve only had the iOS 8 GA bytes for a few days, but we wanted to do as quick and complete a write-up as we could to give the global web developer community an in-depth look at Apple’s latest release. We’ve run our battery of benchmarks and tests, and we’re excited to share what we’ve uncovered.

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Announcing Sencha Touch 2.4


We’re proud to announce the release of Sencha Touch 2.4, which continues to enhance Sencha Touch support for the BlackBerry 10 browser and devices. About 18 months ago, we announced our collaboration with BlackBerry — optimizing Sencha Touch to run on the BlackBerry 10 browser and create a new theme and set of components to make building BlackBerry 10 applications as easy as possible.

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Testing Enterprise Applications with Selenium and HTML5 Robot


The need for browser-based test automation is hard to ignore. HTML5 Robot was created to ease the difficulty in using Selenium with HTML5 technologies. In this guest post, John describes how HTML5 Robot can be used as a Java framework for writing and managing test suites, or as a Java library that can be included in an existing project.

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