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iphone – Is anyone using Sencha Touch for mobile development?

Posted by: admin May 14, 2020 Leave a comment

Questions:

We’re evaluating Sencha Touch for mobile development. Has anyone used this yet (I realize that it’s still in beta), and if so, what are its strengths / weaknesses? How does it compare to alternatives?

It certainly sounds compelling.

Thanks!

How to&Answers:

I’m playing with Sencha Touch, I have a project up at GitHub. If you’re comfortable with ExtJS it will be familiar. The examples are impressive (requires WebKit browser). You might be interested in this question as well.

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I’ve used it only briefly. It looks very good and has a nice array of tools to make pseudo-native apps. One of the larger concerns is the licensing (the inclusion of ExtJS and the requirement to purchase a license to use the software). Now ExtJS and Sencha have merged – so I am unsure of what the impact will be. Also, as for alternatives, Sencha has merged in JQTouch (a primary alternative). See this post for more information

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I think currently it is only optimized for safari-browser. I tried in on Android Phone (HTC Magic, Android 1.6) and the examples didn’t work.

but it is a beta of course….

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Currently ,i’m using sencha-touch in my project and pretty easy to use and understand especially with the documentation that comes along with it . As compared other mobile fameworks whose documentation is limited