Tag: sencha touch

Sencha Releases Sencha Touch Charts for Interactive Mobile Web Data


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Sencha Touch allows you to develop mobile web apps that look and feel native on iPhone, Android, and BlackBerry touch devices. Sencha has recently announced a new feature called Sencha Touch Charts that aims to “change how people interact with mobile web data.” The new Touch Charts add-on allows users to explore and interact with data in-session without high latency server image serving. Users can zoom in and out of data, as well as pan across data sets and quickly aggregate and filter data series. It should be interesting to see what PlayBook apps can take advantage of this add-on, as it sounds like it would be great for an app like Data Drilling.

Head to this link to read the blog post announcing Sencha Touch Charts.

Head over to the Sencha website to read more about Touch Charts.

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Free Torch for First 10 Developers to Submit an App Using Sencha Framework


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Sencha has released an update to their Sencha Touch framework that enables support for BlackBerry 6 devices. The framework is based on HTML5, CSS and Javascript, and allows developers to create apps that look and feel like native apps. Sencha Touch 1.1 also supports the upcoming PlayBook. To help promote the update, RIM is offering a free Torch to the first 10 developers who submit and app to App World that was built using the Sencha Touch framework.

Learn more about Sencha Touch at their site.

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