31 posts tagged touch
Sencha Touch Charts 2 beta is now available for testing
Version 2.0 beta of our HTML5 charting and drawing library for mobile devices is compatible with our recent GA of Sencha Touch 2, contains improvements in performance, a new TreeMap visualization, and a new animation package.
Please download the beta and provide feedback on our Sencha Forum.
If you’ve never watch one of Drew’s screencasts, you’re missing out. He has a clear, concise way of explaining and demonstrating the process of developing in Sencha Touch. Watch this video introducing you to layouts and I guarantee you’ll come away with a better understanding.
In Sencha Touch, the Component and Container form the basic building blocks for creating an interface. Each container can be assigned a Layout which handles the positioning of its inner items. The layouts work either by neatly arranging components to use the available space, or by showing just one component at a time and providing some way of changing the focus between them.
In this tutorial, we’ll see each different layout type in action and see how they can be combined in any manner you can think of.
See more of Drew’s screencasts in our Vimeo album: Learn Sencha Touch 2 w/ Drew Neil
Join the HTML5 revolution with Sencha Touch 2 and build mobile apps for every Android, iOS, and BlackBerry. We’re excited to share with you the power of web technology: incredible performance, beautiful themes, and endless possibilities.
We’re voting for their incredible implementation of Ext JS and Sencha Touch, and we hope you will too!
Toolkits such as PhoneGap and Sencha Touch are hitting full stride with mature development frameworks that enable HTML5 developers and designers to make native iPhone, Android, and BlackBerry applications using their existing skill sets.
We’re huge fans of Xero’s work with Ext JS and Sencha Touch. And now they’ve been chosen as Business Insider’s App of the Week.
Now with the
progress element, Touch events, and the return of WebSockets.
Jay Garcia’s new book with Manning will cover how to build mobile apps with Sencha Touch.
SwarmOnline has released an excellent set of dos and do-nots for Sencha beginners. If you enjoy the article, make sure to check out the rest of their blog, it looks to be filled with lots of great learning material.
The folks behind Sencha (based on Ext JS) have done all the hard work for us and created a rich and extremely powerful set of tools with which to design and control your app.
The Xero mobile web app is one of the most beautifully designed Sencha Touch apps. It was recently wrapped with PhoneGap and will soon debut on the Apple App Store, alongside Android and BlackBerry.
See more screenshots and read about its development in the latest Sencha Touch Spotlight on our company blog.
Photo by Craig Walker.
Sencha Touch 0.99β is now out with huge improvements to forms and scrollers, especially for Android, among a bevy of other features and bug fixes.
With our first Release Candidate imminent, Sencha Touch 0.99β contains a large number of API changes intended to make the API clearer and more consistent. We expect this to be the only time we undertake changes of this magnitude and have tried to make this as painless as possible.