I live in Europe; in Europe they speak about 23 languages. In some
countries it is even common to speak more than 2 or 3 languages.
Especially for these countries localisation of applications and
websites is very important.
So you need to come up with a strategy on how to localize all your
views. In Sencha Touch localization works a little different
than in Ext JS, since there are no packages; but overall the basic
idea is the same:
With the release of Ext JS 5; we finally have Touch experience in
the framework. So yes, you can start creating tablet applications.
Maybe you are now wondering, can I also package Ext JS 5 apps with
Apache Cordova or Adobe Phonegap, so I can sell my app in the App
Stores? Well yes, you can! Here are the steps I took; for porting
my app with Cordova/Phonegap.
Back in the days when websites were restricted to typical fonts
such as Arial, Georgia, Times and so on, fonts were delivered from
the user’s machine. Fortunately today, because of HTML5 and CSS3,
browsers support embedded web fonts.
This time, I will explain how to use custom fonts with Sencha
Architect. For this tutorial, I will use one of the Sencha Touch
starter apps, with the default theme. However, you can also use
these tips for other Sencha Touch or Ext JS apps.
Often people think, Sencha Touch is a great framework to create
mobile phone apps with. While that is certainly
true, it’s also a great framework to create mobile apps with, as in
anytouch enabled device.
Think about car navigation systems, game consoles, smart watches
or tv/media centers. These devices all probably run HTML5; and are
great to build Sencha Touch apps for. To show you something cool
this week; I will provide you all the steps, how you can create a
simple media app with Sencha Touch and our visual design tool:
Often when I’m teaching a Sencha Training class, students ask me
to look at their apps because there’s a problem they don’t know how
to fix. Since I didn’t write the code, it’s hard sometimes for me
to give them a quick answer. However, I do have a set of simple
techniques that filter out the most obvious problems.
Ext JS provides a number of functions that make it simple to
create and work with classes. It also provides a series of
means you can add behaviors and create your own classes, or
override the behavior of some functions. In this article, we will
show you how to use theme-specific class overrides.
In this three-part Sencha Touch tutorial, you will build the Do
I need my Umbrella? app, a simple utility app that loads
weather information from a web service — worldweatheronline.com.
Based on weather codes, this app can predict if you need your
umbrella or not.