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New Release of Sencha Space Offers Offline Application Support

February 23, 2015—Sencha has released Sencha Space 1.3, the latest version of its application management platform which provides the ability to deploy business applications to desktops, tablets, and smartphones in a secure web application environment that encrypts and segregates proprietary apps and data on the device. App Developer Magazine

Sencha Bringing Lifecycle Management to Mobile Applications

February 21, 2015—Yesterday Sencha announced the new version of Sencha Space 1.3 which has one, in my humble opinion, critically important additional function. As the IoT/M2M community goes from silo solutions to common infrastructure a key ingredient is to make the applications available at all times. This is particularly important to companies with field operations and even hospitals and other campus environments where connectivity can be an issue. As the company states, this “new offline functionality empowers businesses to flexibly support diverse types of application usage." HTML5 Report

Sencha CEO: one (application deployment) size does not fit all

February 13, 2015—"In today's high speed and diverse world, there is no single application or device that works for every person in an organisation - IT environments and end users are too varied and complex," said Art Landro, CEO of Sencha. Sencha Space 1.3 introduces a new offline functionality for control over app versioning, allowing for multiple and different versions of the same application based on the user's profile. Computer Weekly

15 Out-of-the-Box Predictions for IT This Year

January 10, 2015—In the face of distributed workforces and project-based working groups that include third-party contractors, and so on, apps need to be shared across borders without the limitation of BYOD policies to secure devices. Instead of practicing intrusive control over internal and external devices, enterprises will be turning to Web-based tools that efficiently silo private and corporate data on the same device—allowing IT departments to secure corporate information without infringing on the personal device. —Art Landro, CEO, Sencha eWeek

15 Mobile Trends to Watch in 2015

January 03, 2015—BYOD POLICIES WILL SHIFT WITHIN COMPANIES. "In the face of distributed workforces and project-based working groups that include third-party contractors, apps need to be shared across borders without the limitation of BYOD policies to secure devices," said Art Landro, chief executive officer at Sencha. "Instead of practicing intrusive control over internal and external devices, enterprises will be turning to web-based tools that efficiently silo private and corporate data on the same device," he said. That means allowing IT departments to secure corporate information without mucking about with this one smartphone or that one employee's tablet. Prepare for more across-the-board solutions. Mashable

Sencha Tackles Google Android Fragmentation

December 10, 2014—To address that issue, Sencha has created Sencha Space 1.2, which enables HTML5 developers to deploy a run-time environment that is consistent across all Google Android devices. As part of the update, Sencha is also making available Sencha Space APIs that enable everything from allowing applications running in different instances of Sencha Space to securely communicate and share data with one another to a sensor API that provides access to a wide variety of device types. ProgrammableWeb

Sencha Licks Android 5.0 Lollipop, And Likes

December 06, 2014—Just off the main PR-driven bulletin freeway this week is "news" of open-source web application frameworks and tools company Sencha… and its developer team's thoughts on Android 5.0 Lollipop. Sencha has reviewed Google's recently released Android 5.0 Lollipop to see how it stacks up against, and impacts, web app development. Dr. Dobb's Journal

The problem with acquisitions? Tying the technology together

November 06, 2014—For the user interface function, for example, Thornhill chose an HTML5 application development framework from Sencha, a company based in Redwood City, Calif. “We wanted as few technologies as possible,” he said. “HTML5 is pretty damn close to write once, deploy everywhere.” Fortune

New Products of the Week

November 03, 2014—Key features: Space 1.2 is a platform to securely deploy and manage business applications, empowering organizations to manage apps and data across all devices and screens—including desktops, tablets and smartphones. Network World

Sencha Expands JavaScript Tools that Leverage Cross Platform HTML5 Mobile App Development

October 31, 2014—Sencha Space provides the ability to deliver business applications to desktops, tablets, and smartphones in a secure web application environment that encrypts and segregates proprietary apps and data on the device. It helps reduce the cost and complexity of multi-device enterprise application development, maintenance, and deployment by eliminating the need for multiple code bases, native packaging, consumer app store deployment, and the use of sensitive apps in insecure consumer browsers. App Developer Magazine