Sencha Touch

  • September 11, 2016

Sencha Touch is a app and web development interface built for JavaScript libraries. Where many other systems are built for web and apps both, Sencha Touch is built for mobile apps first.

It is mainly used by web developers to create user interfaces for the development of applications for mobiles, which resemble local applications on supported mobile gadgets. Sencha touch is entirely based on web principles like JavaScript, CSS3, and HTML5. Its aim is to help developers create HTML5 mobile applications based effortlessly and swiftly, which work on Windows, iOS and Android devices.

History of Sencha Touch
Sencha Touch is a product of Sencha which was created after a combination of trendy JavaScript projects such as Raphael, EXT JS, and jQTouch. On July 17th, 2010, version 0.90 of Sencha Touch was issued as the first, and it was made accessible. This version supported gadgets operating iOS (iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch) and Android. Consequently, in November 2010, version 1.0 was released; this was the first stable version. June 2015, Sencha Touch version 2.4.2 was released, it is designed to operate on browsers such as Google Chrome, Tizen, Bada Mobile, Android, Kindle Fire, Windows Phone 8, Mobile Safari, BlackBerry 10 and Windows 8 IE10.

Features of Sencha Touch
Sencha Touch has graphical user interface set, a GIU-based mechanism which its use is a mobile web application, which is optimized for touch key- in. Features include:
• Date pickers
• Momentum-scrolling mechanism
• Index bars
• Menu
• Bottom toolbars
• Text fields
• Themes and effect buttons
• Icon set
• Movable tabs
• Map components
• Multi-touch gestures like zoom and pinch
• Combo-boxes
• Address
• Sliders and Selectors

Additionally, Sencha Touch has eight in-built change effects like slide beneath and over the current constituent, cube, pop and flip which supports ordinary touch gestures.

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