9 Jul 2013 7:16 AM #1
newbe question about desktop + mobile app
I'm new to Sencha tools and I would need a first answer to mve around in the right way.
I would have to write an application that must be usable by desktop browser but also from mobile devices (for ex. tablets). The application has some pages to manage and input data and it includes also some charts based on some calcuation on that data.
Now I would like to know:
1) do I have to write the code 2 times one for ext JS and the other one for Sencha Touch?
2) May otherwise reuse a lot of the code and save a lot of development time?
3) Is there any way to write the code only one time and let sencha adapt it to mobile / desktop device?
Thanks and regards,
11 Jul 2013 2:35 AM #2
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We actually have some things on this topic that will be talked about at SenchaCon next week.Mitchell Simoens @LikelyMitch
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12 Jul 2013 6:21 AM #3
I am very excited about the pending announcements in this area! Looking forward to it guys.I blog about Sencha Touch at www.senchatouchdev.com
27 Nov 2013 4:03 AM #4
We are starting new project that will have to cover desktop and mobile platforms. I am very curious about what was revealed on the SenchaCon (http://www.senchacon.com/sessions/#extjssecret1).
I was not able to find an details about "Ext JS on tablets".
The Magic Touch: Ext JS on TabletsDON GRIFFIN • Wednesday, July 17th, 2013, 2:05pm-2:55pm • Northern Hemisphere: General SessionThis session will cover new Sencha Ext JS technologies that will remain secret until they are announced in the SenchaCon 2013 keynote.
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