Often I get questions from people on how to work efficiently with
Sencha while developing in a large team environment.. This question
is especially popular for people coming from the Java world, who
are familiar with tooling for Java and build processes. I can tell
you that it’s not much different for web projects.
A few days ago, I mentioned Chrome 43 which breaks a couple of
things in Sencha Touch 2.4. Unfortunately also Ext JS 4 developers,
experienced some problems. Google Chrome version 43 breaks the
Ext.menu.Menu submenus, when hovering over the items.
Currently our engineers are working on a solution. As soon as it’s
fixed, you will be able to download a nightly build, which you can
download from our support portal.
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.
While the whole world is discussing the new iOS 7 release, or
locking themselves in front of the game console to play GTA 5,
Sencha has just delivered several updates to its frameworks and
tools. Not just one product release but four product releases:
Sencha Touch 2.3, Ext JS 4.2.2, Sencha Cmd 4 and Sencha Architect
To celebrate the new product releases, we’re sharing some of the
best tricks to get your app development started quickly. You can
also attend Sencha training, where you’ll not only master these
four products, you’ll get lots more tips and tricks as well as best
practices from our expert instructors.
We’ll start off with a very basic, but oh so handy trick, and
progress to one we think you will really appreciate.