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Detailed tutorials on how to create mobile and web apps

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How to Create a Sencha Touch 2 App, Part 4

[...] This is the fourth part of my tutorial on how to create a Sencha Touch 2 application. In this article, we are going to complete the following tasks: Add the delete [...]

How to Create a Sencha Touch 2 App, Part 2

[...] In this second part of the tutorial on how to build a Sencha Touch 2 application we will continue building a small application that allows people to save notes [...]

How to Create a Sencha Touch 2 App, Part 5

[...] Many of the readers of this tutorial on how to build a Sencha Touch Application have requested a version of the Notes Application that shows how to create [...]

How to Create a Sencha Touch 2 App, Part 1

[...] In this series we will create the Sencha Touch 2 version of the Notes Application, an application that allows its users to take notes and [...]

jQuery Mobile Tutorial: User Registration, Login and Logout Screens for the Meet...

[...] In this jQuery Mobile tutorial we will create the screens that will handle user registration, login and logout in a [...]

Adding a Custom “Page Load Failed” Behavior to A jQuery Mobile Application

[...] In this tutorial you will create a simple jQuery Mobile app with features that can be used without an active connection with a remote server, and [...]

Building a jQuery Mobile Application, Part 2

[...] This is the second part of my tutorial on how to create a mobile web app using jQuery Mobile. In this tutorial we’re building a mobile web application that offers its users the following [...]

jQuery Mobile Sample: Executive Dashboard

[...] In this tutorial you will build a jQuery Mobile app based on an Executive Dashboard prototype that I put together some time ago while working [...]

How to Create an Executive Dashboard Using Sencha Touch, Part 2

[...] on the chart. You should now add the chart to the views config of the application, in the app.js file: Adding the Hours Worked chart to the Main view Then you can add an instance of the chart to [...]

Implementing Sencha Touch Device Profiles

[...] ;s open the application’s definition and declare the profiles that we will use. In the app.js file, we will add the profiles config as follows: Note that we will also remove the initialization [...]

Grouping in a Sencha Touch Store

[...] following model definition: We will declare this model in the models config of the app in the app.js file. Creating the Store We will also create the Products.js file in the Store directory. This is [...]

Remote Grouping in a Sencha Touch Store

[...] following model definition: We will declare this model in the models config of the app in the app.js file. Creating the Store We will also create the Products.js file in the Store directory. This is [...]

Creating a Custom Theme for a Sencha Touch Application

[...] for an application. The app that you will use is based on the Adding a Login Screen to a Sencha Touch Application tutorial published on this blog. Let’s get started. Generating the Sample [...]

My Sencha Touch Book – Updated for Sencha Touch 2.3

[...] build of the app. The book focuses on these specific topics: The building blocks of a Sencha Touch application. How to implement the Model-View-Controller pattern in a Sencha Touch application. How [...]

How to Create an ASP.NET Handler for a Sencha Touch Store

[...] allows you to extract the json-formatted data from the http request sent by the Sencha Touch application. Updating Records You will handle a request to update records with the following code: [...]

Sencha Touch Book Supports Sencha Touch 2.4

[...] of the app. These are the specific topics that you will learn: The building blocks of a Sencha Touch application. How to implement the Model-View-Controller pattern in a Sencha Touch application. How [...]

Mobile App Tutorial: The Meeting Room Booking App, Part 3

[...] meeting rooms and book rooms for different events. Here are the links those articles: Mobile App Tutorial: The Meeting Room Booking App, Part 1 Mobile App Tutorial: The Meeting Room Booking App, [...]

Using Postman to Test an Express.js Router for a Mobile Application Endpoint

[...] app on GitHub Previous Chapters of this Series These are the previous parts of this series: Mobile App Tutorial: The Meeting Room Booking App, Part 1 Mobile App Tutorial: The Meeting Room Booking App, [...]

Mocha and Node JS – Testing the Backend for a Mobile Application

[...] on GitHub Previous Chapters of this Series These are the previous parts of this series: Mobile App Tutorial: The Meeting Room Booking App, Part 1 Mobile App Tutorial: The Meeting Room Booking App, [...]

Using MongoDB and Mongoose for User Registration, Login and Logout in a Mobile A...

[...] application Previous Chapters of this Series These are the previous parts of this series: Mobile App Tutorial: The Meeting Room Booking App, Part 1 Mobile App Tutorial: The Meeting Room Booking App, [...]

Creating Cascading Combo Boxes in Ext JS

[...] as depicted in the screenshot below. This is a typical Ext JS project structure with an app directory under which we’ve placed the model, store and view directories. We will use the Ext. [...]

Ext JS Grid Search with .NET and MySQL Backend

[...] in the screenshot below. These directories reflect a typical Ext JS project structure with an app directory under which we’ve placed the model, store and view directories. The next step will be to [...]

ExtJS Grid Edit Tutorial: Edit Data with an Ext JS Grid and a PHP Backend

[...] in the screenshot below. These directories reflect a typical Ext JS project structure with an app directory under which we’ve placed the model, store and view directories. The next step will be to [...]

Ext JS Grid Grouping Tutorial

[...] as depicted in the screenshot below. This is a typical Ext JS project structure with an app directory under which we’ve placed the model, store and view directories. We will not create a [...]

How to Create an Executive Dashboard Using Sencha Touch, Part 1

[...] for a hypothetical business. This Executive Dashboard was conceived originally as a jQuery Mobile app, but I thought it would be valuable to port it to Sencha Touch. Here are the main topics [...]

jQuery Mobile Sample: Executive Dashboard

[...] In this tutorial you will build a jQuery Mobile app based on an Executive Dashboard prototype that I put together some time ago. The app [...]

jQuery Mobile Sample: Executive Dashboard

[...] In this tutorial you will build a jQuery Mobile app based on an Executive Dashboard prototype that I put together some time ago while working on [...]

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How to Create a Sencha Touch 2 App, Part 4

[...] This is the fourth part of my tutorial on how to create a Sencha Touch 2 application. In this article, we are going to complete the following tasks: Add the delete [...]

How to Create a Sencha Touch 2 App, Part 2

[...] In this second part of the tutorial on how to build a Sencha Touch 2 application we will continue building a small application that allows people to save notes [...]

How to Create a Sencha Touch 2 App, Part 5

[...] Many of the readers of this tutorial on how to build a Sencha Touch Application have requested a version of the Notes Application that shows how to create [...]

How to Create a Sencha Touch 2 App, Part 1

[...] In this series we will create the Sencha Touch 2 version of the Notes Application, an application that allows its users to take notes and [...]