Today we’re proud to announce the release of Sencha Touch 2.0. With a huge focus on performance, simplified API, and native packaging on both Mac and Windows, we’re certain it will change the way you think about mobile apps.
I am honored to work with the team that created Sencha Touch 2. It is, without a doubt, the richest, smoothest, and easiest way to write HTML5 apps for iOS, Android, and Blackberry.
The Verge (easily any geek’s favorite new tech blog) does a proper review of Android’s next big hardware release, and more importantly, Ice Cream Sandwich:
My colleague Ariya Hidayat is at it again, explaining the innermost workings of mobile WebKit.
PhoneGap brings in some great updates and reaches 1.0. For anyone who wants to make a web app and sell it as a native one, now’s the time.
There are now over 500,000 Android devices activated every day, and it’s growing at 4.4% w/wAndy Rubin (via senchainc)
Front-end web developer Mathias Bynens explains how “apple-touch-icon” works on iOS and other systems like Android and BlackBerry.