first of all, I want to say that on iOs, sencha touch is indeed awesome and looks like native. Kudos for that.
However, I was greatly dissapointed when I opened my app on an android device. Don't get me wrong : everything I coded with sencha did work. But it was sooooo sluggish. And I was testing on a Samsung Galaxy S2, which I believe is still a pretty hardcore device when it comes to running android OS.
(I tried it on less powerfull devices and it almost didn't run at all...)
This is a real bummer because I am using sencha in a work environment and I need to deliver my apps on both Android and iOS platform. Currently iOS is fine but Android is barely usable and most definitely not releasable to the world.
Am I doing something wrong (I'm using sencha 2.x which was supposedly adressing android UI issues) or do you guys feel the same?
This problem is soooo frustrating I am considering switching language altogether. I ran the jquery mobile equivalent of jqtouch on different android devices and was like "wow, looks good and moves really fast". Sencha don't let me down! What is wrong here?