|Sencha Touch in Action
Jesus Garcia, Anthony De Moss, and Mitchell Simoens
MEAP Began: March 2011
Softbound print: July 2013 (est.) | 375 pages
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Table of Contents, MEAP Chapters & Resources
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PART 1: INTRODUCTION TO SENCHA TOUCH
1. Introducing Sencha Touch - FREE
2. Using Sencha Touch for the first time - AVAILABLE
3. Sencha Touch foundations - AVAILABLE
PART 2: BUILDING MOBILE USER INTERFACES
4. Mastering the building blocks - AVAILABLE
5. Toolbars, buttons, and docked items - AVAILABLE
6. Getting the user's attention - AVAILABLE
7. Data stores and views - AVAILABLE
8. Working with forms - AVAILABLE
9. Maps and media - AVAILABLE
PART 3: CONSTRUCTING AN APPLICATION
10. Class system foundations - AVAILABLE
11. Building Sencha Touch applications - AVAILABLE
Sencha Touch in Action is the definitive guide to developing applications with Sencha Touch. You'll begin with the basic design principles for building great mobile applications, and then explore the features of Sencha Touch that bring those ideas to life. You'll learn how and why objects operate in the framework as you work through several real-world examples. This book also promotes the emerging best practices for mobile web development, from widget implementation to developing an application with the Sencha Touch MVC framework.
- Comprehensive coverage of Sencha Touch
- Apply the best practices of mobile web development
- Build MVC-based mobile web apps
- Create web apps that feel like native apps
- Extend enterprise apps to mobile clients
About the Authors
Jay Garcia develops Ext JS and Sencha Touch applications for various clients around the world and actively contributes to the Sencha community as a speaker, advocate, and frequent poster on technical forums. Author of Ext JS in Action, Jay has been a Sencha enthusiast and supporter since 2006.
Anthony De Moss has been an avid Ext JS enthusiast since 2007 and is fanatical about good product design & usability. On the rare occasion he's away from his keyboard, you can find him climbing at the local rock gym.
Mitchell Simoens has been working with Ext JS since late 2006 and Sencha Touch since 2010. He now works at Sencha doing primarily support on the forums but also works on Ext JS and Sencha Touch.
About the Early Access Version
This Early Access version of Sencha Touch in Action enables you to receive new chapters as they are being written. You can also interact with the authors to ask questions, provide feedback and errata, and help shape the final manuscript on the Author Online
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