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5 Best Mobile Web App Frameworks - Sencha Touch

5 Best Mobile Web App Frameworks: Sencha Touch

Very few technologies have made such a breakthrough to bring mutually incompatible platforms together as HTML5 has. HTML5 is the most popular choice for enterprise mobile developers (Forrsights 2013) with the capacity to grow even stronger. If you are in the market for a good mobile web UI framework, you are probably overwhelmed with the…

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Editing Markdown for Github

Maintain Source Files in Markdown Editor for Github

Read our recommendations for tools that help engineers create and maintain Markdown source files intended to be shown on GitHub.

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Preparing for Sencha Touch Production Deployment

Preparing for Sencha Touch Production Deployment

After your long, laborious, and hopefully entertaining adventure developing the next greatest Sencha Touch mobile app, the time has come to release it to the world. Whether you’re releasing your app to the general public or a targeted audience, your needs are different than they were during development phases. Sencha Touch enables you to rapidly…

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Sencha Cmd Packages

Sencha Cmd Packages

What Are Packages Sencha Cmd 3.1 introduced packages, which are a new way to share code between projects. Perhaps you made an awesome sass theme or a cool Ext JS / Touch extension (such as Deft). You can use a package to share that with the rest of the world. Each package contains all of…

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Device Camera Access With Sencha Touch

Device Camera Access With Sencha Touch

In this tutorial I will show you how to access device camera directly from your Sencha Touch 2 application. We will take a picture, resize it and then send it to the server. For this example we are going to use: 1. Rails 3.2.12 as our backend framework 2. Sencha Touch 2.2.1 3. Sencha Cmd…

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Building a custom PhoneGap plugin for iOS

Building a custom PhoneGap plugin for iOS

Many of us are used to developing mobile HTML5 applications with various frameworks and have wanted to dive into hybrid application development. Of those who actually create hybrid mobile HTML5 applications, very few of us actually make full use of this flexible application model. In this blog post, I will walk you through the first…

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Write your own Google Hangouts with HTML5 and WebRTC

Write your own Google Hangouts with HTML5 and WebRTC

Google Hangouts is an easy-to-use video chat service from Google. I happen to like it. You and 9 of your friends can have a live video call, exchange messages, send photos and even share a whiteboard. On the other hand, some people hate it. Perhaps it’s too slow, or the plugin won’t run, or they…

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Touch DJ A Sencha Touch DJ App

Touch DJ – A Sencha Touch DJ App

During the DJing with Sencha Touch talk at SenchaCon 2013 we finally unveiled and demonstrated Touch DJ. Overview Touch DJ is a full fledged DJ app. It takes inspiration from existing DJ hardware and desktop DJ software (such as Traktor and Serato Scratch Live). The app implements the following features: Two CDJ-style audio decks Real…

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Meteor JS

Diving into MeteorJS

Meteor JS is a really cool framework, it allows you to do real time communication out of the box, it also comes with some smart packages (as they call them) that we can use in our own projects to make things simple. Meteor JS is built on top of Node JS and is great to…

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Get Up And Running With Grunt.js

Get Up And Running With Grunt.js

If you’re anything like myself, you’ve probably had interest in trying to utilize Grunt.js in your projects. Maybe you’ve at least heard of it, or have heard of people using it in their workflows. Unfortunately, the barrier for entry seemed a little bit high for me. Not necessarily technically, but I was confused on how…

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