Category Archives: Sencha Touch

How to Upgrade a Sencha Touch App to Ext JS 6 Modern Toolkit – Part 3

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Advanced Universal Upgrade This upgrade will take the most time, but your opportunities are endless. You will have the latest framework with all the new features and classes, and you can improve your application performance and code base with the new MVVM architecture. Plus, you can create universal cross-platform apps (or plan to do that […]

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How to Upgrade a Sencha Touch App to Ext JS 6 Modern Toolkit – Part 2

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In part 1 of this blog post series, I discussed the changes in Ext JS 6 Modern Toolkit and showed you how to do a basic mobile upgrade of your Sencha Touch app. In this article, I’ll show you how to do an advanced mobile upgrade. Advanced Mobile Upgrade For the advanced mobile upgrade, you […]

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How to Upgrade a Sencha Touch App to Ext JS 6 Modern Toolkit – Part 1

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Previously, I wrote a blog post on how to create great looking universal apps with Ext JS. However, we also have lots of customers who currently have a mobile (phone or tablet) application and want to upgrade it to Ext JS 6. In this tutorial, I will show you how you can upgrade your app, and why […]

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Running multiple Sencha Cmd versions

Posted on in Architect Cmd Ext JS Ext JS 6 Sencha Touch

Do you want to run multiple versions of Sencha Cmd, because you are developing Sencha Touch, Ext JS 4, 5 and 6 apps all together? This guide will give you answers. Multiple Cmd versions Now the only thing here, you will need to take care of, is that you are running multiple Sencha Cmd versions, […]

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Chrome 43 breaks Sencha Touch / modern toolkit and how to fix it.

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Lately, I received a couple of questions about the latest Chrome 43.x version, which breaks Sencha Touch 2.4 apps (or Ext JS 6 modern toolkit apps) due the deprecation of the overflowchanged event. It actually breaks the following classes: Ext.util.PaintMonitor and Ext.util.SizeMonitor. You will notice this bug when trying to scroll in a list component. […]

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Additional SenchaCon 2015 information & discount!

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Are you as excited as I am for Sencha 2015? On April 7-9 in the heart of Silicon Valley at the Santa Clara Convention Center, Sencha is organising a huge developer conference. It’s going to be three days jam packed with nearly 50 technical sessions led by Sencha engineers, partners and key customers. You’ll learn […]

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How to localize your Sencha Touch applications

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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 […]

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Does Sencha Touch support Windows 8?

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Yes, Sencha Touch 2 supports Windows Phone 8.1, Microsoft Surface Pro and RT. Actually, Sencha Touch 2.2 and up even supports Internet Explorer 10 and Windows 8. That also means support for tablets running on Windows 8, IE10 and up. Mind you we have very nice out of the box themes for Windows Phone! Please […]

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Create a TV app with Sencha Touch and Sencha Architect

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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 any touch enabled device. Think about car navigation systems, game consoles, smart watches or tv/media centers. These devices all probably run HTML5; and […]

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Using Custom Fonts with Sencha Architect

Posted on in Architect CSS Sass Sencha Sencha Touch

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. In this month’s training tip, I will explain how to use custom fonts with Sencha Architect. For […]

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