28 Oct 2010 11:34 AM #1
TouchMail - Email for the touch
I'd like to share my attempt at the Sencha Touch Contest (Which did not make it to the top 10)
What I have is an email application with multiple account support, contacts and signatures.
All pretty standard, until you get to the inner workings.
It's all based around WebDatabase and have the corresponding Store and Proxy extensions that translate your database to record models inside the store and back. All methods are supported (you write to the store and it writes to the database)
sorting and filtering is also on. Still working on the paging integration.
The application itself uses a php backend to proxy all the information to and from the IMAP/SMTP servers. Nothing is really kept on the server. There is no database or anything, just the source files.
More about it you can find at TouchMail
28 Oct 2010 4:35 PM #2
Very well done. Simple UI and good you used web storage. Hope you do well for the competition. And btw thanks for sharing it.
28 Oct 2010 5:20 PM #3
Thanks for the feedback
I don't know if anybody has actually tried to hook it up to account yet, but the app is pretty nice. It automatically recognizes contacts, it let's you add new ones from emails you've got. It syncs with the server, so whenever you delete a message, it get's deleted from the server as well and send messages get copies in the sent folder on the server.
I have lots of ideas for improvements, but that is what I got for these 3 weeks
I hope to finish most of it soon, so it can stay cached on the devices and be used offline (what it's actually mend to do)
14 Sep 2011 10:28 AM #4
Is it possible to download a version to test it?
10 Jul 2012 12:38 PM #5
Hi there, do you have plan to open source it, so we all can have peek
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