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Everyone has had the perfect idea for a mobile application. Creating Mobile Apps with Sencha Touch 2 can help you bring that idea to life by providing clear examples, in depth explanations, and walking step-by-step building 10 different Sencha Touch mobile applications. You can use these applications as a base for your own applications or leverage your new skills to create something truly unique.

"Creating Mobile Apps with Sencha Touch 2" offers you 10 different applications complete with source code. The applications include a task manager, RSS feed reader, time tracker, charting application, flash cards, cataloguing, social networking, integration with WordPress, a project workbook, and a basic game. The book also covers working with the Sencha Architect, Sencha.io, and compiling applications with Sencha Command.

Learn the Sencha Touch mobile programming language by building 10 different applications. Each application focuses on a different feature of the Sencha Touch language.

Learn to build a range of applications for mobile devices. Take pictures with your application, create a simple game, or even create an application you can sell on the iTunes app store.

"Creating Mobile Apps with Sencha Touch 2" will help you learn by building, helping you create great applications.

Approach

Full of explained code and enriched with screenshots, this book is the practical way to take your Sencha Touch skills to the next level.

Who this book is for

This book is aimed at people who have a basic to intermediate understanding of Sencha Touch. If you understand the basic concepts, but you need to see how it all fits together, then this book is for you.

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

John Earl Clark

John Earl Clark holds a Master's Degree in Human Computer Interaction from Georgia Tech and an undergraduate degree in Music Engineering from Georgia State University. John and his co-author, Bryan Johnson, worked together at MindSpring and later EarthLink, starting out in Technical Support and Documentation, before moving into Application Development and finally management of a small development team. After leaving Earthlink in 2002, John began working independently as a consultant and programmer, before starting Twelve Foot Guru, LLC with Bryan in 2005.

John has been working with Sencha Touch since the first early beta releases. He has also worked with Sencha's ExtJS since the early days when it was still known as YUI-Ext. John has also written a previous book with Bryan Johnson called Sencha Touch Mobile JavaScript Framework.

When he is not buried in code, John spends his time woodworking, playing guitar and brewing his own beer



Bryan P. Johnson

Bryan P. Johnson is a graduate of the University of Georgia. Bryan went on to work for MindSpring Enterprises in late 1995, where he met his co-author John Clark.

At MindSpring, and later EarthLink, for over seven years, Bryan served in multiple positions, including Director of System Administration and Director of Internal Application Development. After leaving EarthLink, Bryan took some time off to travel before joining John in starting Twelve Foot Guru.

Bryan has worked with Sencha's products since the early days of YUI-EXT, and has used Sencha Touch since its first betas. Last year, he and John wrote their first Sencha Touch book, Sencha Touch Mobile JavaScript Framework by Packt Publishing.


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 12007 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 350 Seiten
  • Verlag: Packt Publishing (4. April 2013)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B00C7KFKQ0
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HASH(0x9e673c84) von 5 Sternen Code examples do not work 25. August 2013
Von The Vk - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I followed the example projects in the first two chapters exactly as mentioned in the book. There are a lot of typos and wrong code. Had to figure out some issues from looking at the errata of the book online. It is very tough for a beginner to fix the mistakes in code themselves..
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HASH(0xa083d6e4) von 5 Sternen Don't waste your time. 27. Mai 2013
Von BitterPill - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
Once again, Packt delivers a wretched book.

OY!!! When will I learn. Every time I give Packt another shot at a technical title, I end up with egg on my face. This book is no exception. I had high hopes that I'd get something beyond simple frustration with this title. Unfortunately, the book is riddled with incomplete content, starting right from the beginning. The first two chapters don't even describe HOW some of the JS modules are actually created, or where they fit in the picture.
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HASH(0xa083d678) von 5 Sternen Good information, but typos make it hard to follow examples. 30. April 2013
Von C. Magill - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
The book seems like it would be good. But I've spent a lot of time just trying to follow the first example as property names and similar references change as the chapter progresses. Hopefully a revision will be made.
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HASH(0xa083a5f4) von 5 Sternen A Hands-On Tutorial Approach To Working with Sencha Touch 11. Juni 2013
Von Donald Robins - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
As a developer and technical instructor, I have worked with Sencha Touch products for well over a year, and published tutorials on its use on the Force.com cloud platform.

I was eager to review Creating Mobile Apps With Sencha Touch 2, as I had read the authors first version, (Creating Mobile Apps With Sencha Touch 1) and was looking for a comprehensive intermediate level, tutorial style book on the current framework and tools, including Sencha Architect; this book is exactly that.

This is not a book for beginner level JavaScript developers. Rather it is for intermediate level coders already familiar with mobile web concepts, who may want deeper examples of working with Sencha Touch and the related toolsets. The approach of the authors, John Earl Clark and Bryan P. Johnson, this second time around, is extremely well presented and follows a very hands on approach to learning which I like.

Rather than providing descriptive technical narrative, supported by random code snippets to explain various concepts and aspects, the book is divided into ten rich chapters, each presenting a different tutorial. In each, the authors walk the reader step by step through the construction of a small mobile application, showing using various aspects of the framework and associated tools. As the reader assembles each application, the authors explain concepts, and break down their code line by line with crystal clear explanations of components and patterns.

Chapters 1 and 2 introduce two simple phone and tablet applications built completely with Sencha Architect. Along the way, they also take the reader on a tour of Sencha Architect, including all the basics of development as well as setting up the development environment. Each tutorial exposes foundation level aspects of the Sencha class library, its MVC implementation and the various aspects of the framework from soup to nuts.

In Chapter 2, during construction of the tablet Feed Reader tablet app, they provide a working example of using the JSONP proxy, along with clear explanation of the cross domain issue.

Chapter 3, weans the reader from Architect, exposing them to the command line and related tools, and then walks them through downloading the Sencha Cmd tools, explaining the various functions provided, and clearly pointing out some of the nuances of using the toolset.

Each of the subsequent chapters provides refreshing and interesting app layout and logic challenges, and introduce the reader to yet another aspect of the Sencha family of toolsets, including Sencha.io, communication with various APIs for data exchange, using Profiles for responsive form factors, and building hybrid mobile apps. They even walk through the basics of becoming a registered Apple developer, and provide some pointers about where to find additional information to support the more complex aspects of the process, although they only address high level concepts.

All in all, the relaxed writing style, interspersed with the well thought out examples, really allow the reader to direct themselves into the framework and the development tools effortlessly, while having the voice of trusting mentors guiding them step by step, explaining everything along the way very succinctly and clearly.

While there are a few glitches where some details seem to be missing in example code, or where additional visual diagrams of the completed screen shots would be welcome, I really can't say enough good things about this book and the authors' approach. I truly wish I had been fortunate enough to have this as my original guide, and even with my background in the product, I find that it provides me with substantial value.
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HASH(0xa083d600) von 5 Sternen So far, not really impressed with this ebook 22. Juli 2013
Von Fernando Madruga - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I've bought the eBook version and have been trying to follow it along with Sencha Architect trial, seing that Sencha themselves don't seem to have many Architect demos on making Touch apps and because I wanted to see if Architect is really worth it before shelling out some dough on it.

As promised, here's the updated review:
- Way too many mistakes - one of the worst, if not *the* worst, book/code revision I've seen in a long time!
- A real struggle to follow the book: even using the 2.1 version of the Sencha Architect, there are so many discrepancies on what/how we're told to do and how we need to actually do that it really takes your focus away from on the book. You spend more time "fighting/debugging" the book than actually focused on what you should be reading the book for!
- Plenty of "copy/paste" this stuff and very little explanation on WHY you should be doing that.
- Same goes for failing to even briefly introduce some of the key concepts, such as MVC or what does a LocalStorageProxy do.
- This is just a short list from the 1st chapter alone! Seeing that the publisher allows you to browse the first chapter free (something I discovered too late!), I'd advise you to grab a copy of Sencha Architect and try to follow that 1st chapter if you want to experience what I've described above. If you have better use for your time, look elsewhere other than this book, which is really a shame as a book on using Sencha Architect to create Sencha Touch apps was (and still is!) missing...

You can read the 1st chapter free from the publisher's site here: [...]
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