Sencha releases first HTML 5 cloud for mobile app developers

Sencha has released a beta version of its mobile cloud service that the company says makes it easy for developers to build applications that deliver shared experiences. Senca.io is the first mobile HTML 5 cloud, the company said.

Mobile apps go well beyond just the client device, and they need to be able to create, store, and share data and messages with the application’s users, Aditya Bansod, Sencha's senior director of product management, wrote in a blog entry.

“Sencha.io is an entirely new way for the client developer to think about the cloud. To store data, you simply tell your model to store data," Bansod wrote.

“Imagine you need to build an expense reporting application for your company using Sencha Touch,” Bansod wrote. “Typically you’d need a place to store your data, a way to route approvals, a way to have your users log in. You’d pick databases and build business logic, and write thousands of lines of server code along the way."

“With Sencha.io, with only a few lines of JavaScript code — running just in the browser — you can power this entire experience.”

The beta version of Sencha.io is being launched with four services, covering data, messages, log-in and deployment.

Full documentation, including API documentation for how to integrate the Sencha.io software development kit into your application, and guides on all the services are available at the Sencha Documentation Center.





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Reader Comments

Wed, Oct 26, 2011 vlad

I think snappii apps are worth mentioning as well.

Wed, Oct 26, 2011

Maybe you already know, there is another cloud based html5 platform called eenox . The platform allows to create CSS3 animations and interactives HTML5 webpages for mobiles, smartphones and computers. You can focus on design and create great web documents even if you are not a developper. If you are interested, there is the url : http://eenox.net/

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