Normally the mobile browsers do a good job at mapping usual touch events to their counterpart mouse event such as touchstart to mousedown etc. However some complex events like touchmove where X & Y positions are needed during the event being still executing all you get is a jagged transition on mobile browsers. Read more »
This release brings new pop-up widget, an auto divider option for listviews, and host of changes and fixes to the complete library making it smoother, faster and more polished.
This study is provided by thinkinsights with Google. Research objectifies on the lines of gaining a deep understanding of smartphone consumer behavior with regards to:
- How smartphones are used in daily life?
- How do consumers multi-task with their smartphones?
- What types of info are consumers searching for on mobile?
- What role do smartphones play in decision making for products & services?
- How do consumers respond to mobile ads?
Sencha Touch leverages HTML5 and CSS3 to provide a robust web app framework for webkit based mobile browsers. This session is a high-level introduction to Sencha Touch. We will cover components and data handling, theming, best practices, and deployment, and talk about the roadmap for Sencha Touch 2.0.
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