Hybrid mobile apps enable you to deliver your app to market faster. With Ext JS 6, Architect 4, and the Apache Cordova toolset, you have one codebase to quickly develop your app, and then you can distribute it to multiple platform app stores. Learn how to get started with building hybrid mobile apps.Read more
With the release of Ext JS 6.2, you can now take advantage of a great feature for your apps, CSS Variables. We’re very excited about CSS variables and the possibilities they open for dynamic theming. Try out Ext JS 6.2 and start using our new Material Theme and CSS variables. Share your feedback in the forums.Read more
In this article, Olga shows you a simple example of a migration. As a proof of concept, she has an Ext JS 3.4 grid example that she migrated to Ext JS 6. Learn how to migrate your apps and take advantage of all of the new features in Ext JS 6.Read more
With the launch of Ext JS 5, Sencha introduced a new and more powerful Sencha Charts package, which has built-in support for touch events. This means you can use touch gestures to interact with the charts. In this guest post, Ajit walks you through how to create custom charts using Ext JS 5.Read more
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.Read more
In this Sencha Touch tutorial, you will build the Do I need my Umbrella app, a simple utility app that loads weather information from a web service — worldweatheronline.com. Based on weather codes, this app can predict if you need your umbrella or not.Read more
For readers who are new to Sencha but coming from a Flex background, this guest blog post provides useful context and reference to familiarize yourself with how Flex concepts map to Sencha concepts.
Typically, a Hello World program illustrates the quickest way to get anything (such as text) on the screen and publishing (or compiling) without errors. In this post, I have also added a few things. We see a Sencha component (Viewport), Sencha classpathing (src), a custom super class, a custom subclass, and an example of a mixin class (similar to multiple inheritance).Read more