Summer 2017, I run a technical session about G Suite at Google Cloud Next, in Amsterdam. This session is a G Suite technical talk on how companies can extend on top of G Suite, whether it is on organization’s own application or whether they want to write a code on top of G Suite. The talk is followed by a live use case with CEO and Founder of VOGSY, Leo Koster. Enjoy watching! A talk about AppScript and AppsMaker
Would you like your Ext JS application to support Touch and Tablet devices, but don’t know where to start?
Ever had to reskin UI components to match a visual design or brand standard? The new Themes feature in Architect 3 makes changing the look and feel of your app easier than ever.
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 any touch 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: Sencha Architect.