Here are a couple of useful tips from the Sencha Support team. Learn how to control the scroll indicator autoHide configuration in Sencha Touch 2.3.0 and how to use Mouseenter Versus Mouseover event listeners in Ext JS.Read more
Here are the top support tips for December 2013.Read more
The Sencha Support team shares their top tips for using Sencha frameworks in the Sencha newsletter each month. In this article, we’ll give you a few new tips and a round-up of the top tips from earlier this year.Read more
Here are our top support tips for September 2013.Read more
Here are the top support tips for August 2013.Read more
Increase App Performance by Disabling Image Slicer
Cmd’s image slicer is awesome when you have to compensate for some of Internet Explorer’s CSS3 deficits. Learn how to customize Sencha Cmd to run your apps sans slicer.
Hello Global — Using Ext JS Custom Functions
Users always need to utilize custom functions and variables in a global perspective but knowing how to integrate them can be a little tricky. Here’s a tip that saves the day!
Building Responsive Apps Using Button Sensitivity in Sencha Touch
As device resolution gets bigger and better, some users may experience issues with the button sensitivity in Sencha Touch. We introduced a new event recognizer configuration item called moveDistance in Sencha Touch 2.2.0. We’ll show you how to use it.
Check for Sencha Cmd Updates
Sencha Cmd moves very quickly. Sometimes it can be difficult to know if you are as up to date as possible. Luckily, Cmd now includes an awesome new feature. By executing the following command, you can check to see if you have the most recent GA.
One Store to Rule Them All
When building an app with Ext JS, conventionally, you give your store a storeId, which can then be shared via multiple components. However, if Grid A and Grid B share a store, and you filter the store, both grids will now present filtered data. What if you didn’t want all of your components to be modified when the store changes? Have no fear!
Android’s Got Your Back
If you want to use Android’s hardware back button, you will need to make some special concessions in your application. The back button consumes the browser’s window.history. The best way to properly utilize the back button is to take advantage of the Sencha Touch routing system, which allows for deep linking.
Read the latest tips from our Support team.Read more