My latest book - Ext JS 6: Getting Started - is now available to buy! It covers topics such as the key concepts of the framework, the new features, how to customise your apps, how to architect universal applications and upgrading and deployment. There are also exclusive video tutorials and discounts!
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I'm excited to announce the launch of my new email course - Best Practices for Improving your Sencha Apps - which delivers 7 lessons to your inbox on how to improve your Ext JS and Sencha Touch apps.
This article is going to discuss how we can approach controlling application flow in Sencha Touch and Ext JS applications using domain-specific events rather than relying solely on standard framework events. By following this technique you will make your applications more flexible, reusable and allow refactoring to be done with less impact.
Chrome Developer Tools have now added a "Device Mode" which gives us a whole host of possibilities for testing our sites in an emulated setup of real devices, along with allowing us to spoof things like user-agents, GPS coordinates and accelerometer stats. In this post we'll introduce Device Mode and explain its main features and how to use them.
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