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Developer at a tech vendor with 51-200 employees
Jul 12 2012

What is most valuable?

* It's a HTML5 mobile application framework. To be more specific, it's a combination of HTML+ CSS and JavaScript. * Pure JavaScript API. * Optimized for mobile. * MVC structure support. * Easier to port to other platforms (platforms like iOS, Android and BlackBerry). 90 - 95% of code is shared between different platforms. * Can distribute the application with the interference of any app store. *… more»

What needs improvement?

* Scrolling needs some serious tweaking, specifically for android. There is a huge time lag while scrolling through a list. * Lacks full access to native hardware, but if you want access to more hardware then you will have to combine your sencha application with PhoneGap. * No support for blackberry. The sencha sdk beta tools provide support for native packaging for only android and iOS (even… more»

What other advice do I have?

There are a number of options if you are looking to make a mobile web application, like sencha, jqtouch, etc. If you are seeking to make an application which consists of a large number of views with data requests and a large number of components in your view, I would suggest to go for sencha as it provides an MVC structure approach and their API, which is very well arranged. In my own experience… more»

What is Sencha Complete?

Sencha Complete simplifies the challenges of managing the software development lifecycle of web applications. Now you can seamlessly design, develop, deploy, and manage complex web-based applications and deliver the right user experience, on the right screen, at the right time.
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