This year was packed full of announcements for our latest frameworks and tools. We appreciate all of the feedback you shared to help make those releases great successes.
As the end of 2015 approaches, we’ve put together a collection of technical blog posts we published this year. While you’re relaxing over the holidays, you can catch up on the ones you missed.
Have a great New Year. We’ll see you in 2016!
How to Style Apps with Fashion in Ext JS 6
by Lee Boonstra
In Ext JS 6, we introduced Fashion – a new way to theme your apps. Learn how you can use it and watch your theme change in near real-time.
HTML5 Best Practices – Your Questions Answered
by Arthur Kay with Don Griffin and Stan Bershadskiy
Training Tip: Upgrading to Ext JS 6
by David Marsland
Ext JS 6 was released in July and has lots of great new features. Wondering how easy it will be to migrate your Ext JS 5 apps? Ext JS 6 includes virtually everything that was in Ext JS 5.1 and Sencha Touch 2.4, so it’s usually very simple to upgrade your apps.
Tailoring Your Ext JS 5 Application for a Multi-Device World
by Don Griffin
Given today’s proliferation of devices and form factors, optimizing your applications for all of the possibilities has become increasingly hard to manage. Ext JS 5.1 gives you powerful tools to manage the complexity of building and optimizing your apps for multiple devices and form factors. Read this article to get the latest techniques.
Comparing JS Compression Methods in Sencha Cmd
by Arthur Kay
Hidden Gems in Chrome Developer Tools
by Arthur Kay
Google Chrome has a great set of developer tools that offers lots of features — in fact, so many features that it’s hard to find them all. Art Kay shares a few hidden gems that he uses to make it easier to build web apps.
by Daniel Gallo
Learn how you can easily develop applications for the new emerging market of wearable devices. Dan Gallo gives you a preview of his talk at O’Reilly Fluent Conference on April 21 in San Francisco.
Ext JS Customer Spotlight: TriNet
by Suresh Pillai & Andre Lockhart
TriNet provides HR solutions to small and mid-sized businesses. They built TriNet Payroll using Ext JS because it’s a robust framework for developing enterprise-class web applications that saves time, and its extensive set of tools makes development easier.
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