With more than 20 speakers, a whole day pre-conference training and multiple workshops focusing on the Sencha framework and web development, we have a few good reasons for you to attend this year’s Ext JS conference: Sencha Community Days 2019 in Karlsruhe, Germany!
General Manager, Atanas Popov from Sencha, an Idera, Inc. Company, will be joining the conference and giving the keynote presentation. You’ll get a glimpse at industry trends and the forward-looking vision for Sencha Products. Along with Product Architects and Engineers from Sencha, you’ll have a chance to talk and discuss directly with the framework maintainers, share your feedback, and learn new tips and tricks during the conference.
In addition, we have a stellar speaker lineup of customers, partners and tech experts that will present various topics across two different tracks (Sencha and Dev) — leave no questions open! You will also have the opportunity to ask questions at our Community Event Night, which will include networking with Sencha engineers, executives, customers and peers!
In addition to our full day pre-conference training where we will investigate the MVVM-architecture of Sencha Applications, we also have 4 workshops for you: Theming, Testing, Referencing Components and Modular Architecture of Sencha Applications.
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The theming workshop is a 4 hour workshop presented by Manuel Künstler and Jan Mohr. They are both design and Ext JS experts who will introduce you to CSSing and SASSing your applications. They will also cover best practices for creating your own themes for your applications.
In this 4 hour workshop, Thorsten Suckow-Homberg will introduce you to writing tests for your Ext JS applications, and will share different approaches you can take to ensure your code works as expected and for the long-term. This is a hands-on workshop where you will create and execute unit and functional tests for your Ext JS components, as well as end-to-end tests for your applications.
Referencing Ext JS components
Nils Dehl from dkd Internet will show you how to properly reference Ext JS components in your applications to make sure they’re accessible during the runtime of your software. You’ll also learn about the secrets of component queries and how to properly use their syntax.
Package Agnostic Architecture
As the holy grail of software development, decoupling components ensures your application is maintainable and testable to a large degree. This workshop takes you one step further and investigates ways to confirm your entire application is decoupled and pluggable, without breaking functionality when adding, removing or changing packages which serve as application modules.
Sencha Community Days is the place to be for Sencha Professionals in 2019. Located in Karlsruhe, one of Germany’s center of innovations, we will present an exciting schedule of talks. Make sure you follow our twitter channel @SenchaComDays for the latest news.
Once you have registered for the event, you’ll get an invite to the conference’s Slack Channel and will receive updates with the latest news. Furthermore, our blog at http://sencha-community-days.de/news is regularly updated with information regarding your accommodation, latest speaker news and travel information.
The Sencha Community Days team will make sure that you feel at home during your stay at the conference. In case you have any questions, please contact us at: [email protected] for assistance.
If you would like to attend the conference, we’ll provide a discount exclusively for Sencha blog readers! Use: SENCHA at the ticket check-out for a 10% discount at: http://sencha-community-days.de/tickets. Tickets are first come, first serve until we sell out.
We’re looking forward meeting you from the 9th to 11th of April in Karlsruhe, Germany!
-The SCD Team