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  • What's New in Sencha Test 2.2
    What's New in Sencha Test 2.2 Dan Gallo, Senior Solutions Architect, Sencha Recorded: Jun 6 2018 55 mins
    Sencha Test helps you improve application quality, accelerate time to market, and reduce testing time and costs by creating unit and end-to-end tests quickly, and execute tests on multiple browsers simultaneously. Sencha Test is the only dedicated solution for applications built using Ext JS and ExtReact, and includes enhanced capabilities for end-to-end testing of web applications including those that are built using React and Angular frameworks.

    Join us for a webinar on June 6th to learn how Sencha Test 2.2, our latest release, can help you with the critical steps of developing your test automation strategy including test design, managing defects, and storing results.

    Attend this webinar to see a live demonstration and you will learn how to:

    - Write application (end-to-end) tests for applications built using the Ext JS and ExtReact frameworks
    - Select and use unique locators by using the DOM Tree directly from Sencha Studio
    - Create and use Page Objects to build robust tests for web applications
    - Visualize tests using a tree view and focus on the test under construction
  • How Ext JS fits into your Open Source Strategy
    How Ext JS fits into your Open Source Strategy Marc Gusmano, Solutions Architect at Sencha Recorded: May 10 2018 61 mins
    Join us for a webinar where you will learn how to quickly and easily add any of our 115+ professionally tested and supported Ext JS components including grid, tree grid, pivot grid, charts, D3 visualizations, trees, calendar, buttons, menus and more to your React or Angular applications.

    Attend this webinar and you will learn how to:

    - Build data-intensive, cross-platform web apps leveraging Ext JS components with React or Angular (and perhaps others)
    - Build immersive user engagement using layouts and adaptive design features
    - Leverage material design and other themes to save time and effort. Modify or extend themes without writing a single line of code

    You will also get a sneak peek into plans for NPM and webpack tooling for Ext JS.
  • What's New in GXT 4.0.3
    What's New in GXT 4.0.3 Brandon Donnelson, Sencha GXT Product Architect Recorded: Apr 24 2018 37 mins
    Join our upcoming webinar on April 24th and learn what’s new in GXT 4.0.3. Highlights include:

    - Forkable Examples: You can now quickly import the Examples Explorer into your system, run and debug the examples via GitHub
    - More Explorer Examples are now available, including layout container type examples like HTML layout and more
    - GWT 2.8.x Support: You can now use the new JsInterop libraries, allowing you to write JavaScript easily with Java and more
    - Javadocs: We’ve added more Javadocs including all of the GXT 4.0.0, 4.0.1, 4.02, and 4.0.3 javadocs, and GWT 2.7.0 and 2.8.2
    - Defect Fixes: Hundreds of issues have been fixed and we’ve also spent hundreds of hours on testing for regressions
  • What’s New in Ext JS & ExtReact 6.5.3 & Sencha Tools
    What’s New in Ext JS & ExtReact 6.5.3 & Sencha Tools Sandeep Adwankar, Senior Product Manager at Sencha Recorded: Apr 17 2018 60 mins
    Join our upcoming webinar on April 17th and learn what’s new across Sencha’s latest product releases, including Ext JS, ExtReact and Cmd 6.5.3, Architect 4.2.3 and Themer 1.3.1.

    Highlights Include:

    - Ext JS and Cmd 6.5.3: Improved components - Grid and NestedList, new component SplitButton and bug fixes in both the modern and classic toolkits, Android 8 Oreo and latest Chrome support.
    - ExtReact 6.5.3: Support for several component enhancements and the new SplitButton component, as well as support for Themer 1.3.1.
    - Architect 4.2.3: Drag and drop new components from Ext JS 6.5.3, develop using ES6, and import themes from Themer 1.3.1, enabling you to quickly build business-critical web applications.
    - Themer 1.3.1: Support for Ext JS 6.5.3 enhancements and new components, including the new Ext JS UI Mixins and support for ExtReact.
    - Early access releases - Sencha Plugin for Visual Studio 2017 and ExtReact with React 16 support
    -And more!
  • Learn How to Build Data-Intensive Web Applications for the Enterprise, Faster
    Learn How to Build Data-Intensive Web Applications for the Enterprise, Faster Sandeep Adwankar, Product Manager at Sencha Recorded: Feb 28 2018 60 mins
    To make your web applications successful, you have to get to market quickly and deliver a great user experience across desktops, tablets and smartphones. A recent study by Dimensional Research reports that 94 percent of its participants say web technologies remain critical to their development process. 78 percent reported the need to visualize and analyze complex datasets is expanding as well.

    Do you have a strategy in place for developing enterprise, data-intensive web applications? Join our webinar and you will learn how Fortune 100 companies are developing their applications faster, including how to:

    - Increase productivity by using a single coding paradigm across all components
    - Focus on building business-critical applications and features for your target audience, including specific examples to address the rising need to visualize data
    - Reduce the complexity of application maintenance cycles by eliminating dependencies on multiple libraries and versions for each individual feature
  • Build Your Angular Apps with Sencha Components
    Build Your Angular Apps with Sencha Components Marc Gusmano, Solutions Architect at Sencha Recorded: Dec 15 2017 61 mins
    Attend this hands-on webinar where you will learn how your Angular app can immediately gain access to hundreds of features, components, and widgets from Sencha, all synched to work together!

    Join us and you will:

    - See why Sencha isn’t just Ext JS anymore - including how we are helping Angular and React developers
    - Understand the benefits of our 115+ commercially tested and supported components – a lifeline when your app is on the line
    - See real examples of:
    -->Data Analytics - Grids, Pivot Grids, Analysis, Exports, Excel
    -->Visualization tools – Charts, D3 Visualizations
    -->Prebuilt packages - Calendar, Forms, Tabs, Menus
  • Best Practices for Building Universal Web Applications with Ext JS and RAD Serve
    Best Practices for Building Universal Web Applications with Ext JS and RAD Serve Marc Gusmano, Solutions Architect at Sencha Recorded: Dec 8 2017 61 mins
    Historically, web developers have approached app development from the desktop first, and mobile was a secondary goal. Now with the extraordinary growth of mobile users across the globe, that approach is being reversed. Developers are building mobile first, and then making progressive enhancements so the app is available on desktop. No matter the design approach, as developers we should always think universal!

    In this presentation, we’ll explore best practices for building universal web apps, including:

    •Steps for creating a beginner app using Sencha Ext JS
    •How to best approach your app development, including:
    oGenerating your initial application
    oCreating profiles for your targeted platforms (mobile, tablet, desktop, etc)
    oOrganizing views, stores and models
    •Adhering to best practices for your application development
    •Creating a RAD Server Database backend for your Ext JS Application
    •Generating your application for production
  • Automate Web App Testing Using Visual Inspection and Page Objects
    Automate Web App Testing Using Visual Inspection and Page Objects Dan Gallo, Senior Solutions Architect at Sencha Recorded: Oct 12 2017 46 mins
    Are you building sophisticated, data-intensive web applications? If so, you need to know how to implement a comprehensive end-to-end testing strategy that works for both your team and your apps.

    Join this web seminar to learn how to create unit and end-to-end functional tests quickly and execute them on multiple browsers simultaneously. You’ll discover how to use visual inspection and page objects to create robust and maintainable tests, which in turn will increase team productivity and accelerate release cycles.

    You’ll also learn how to:

    - Build a smart test strategy for web application testing
    - Locate elements in the browser and create meaningful locators to reliably reference those elements in the future
    - Create page objects for easily maintainable tests
    - Integrate with Jenkins and JIRA to create end-to-end test automation
  • Leveraging React and GraphQL to Create a Performant, Scalable Data Grid
    Leveraging React and GraphQL to Create a Performant, Scalable Data Grid Mark Brocato, Engineering Director at Sencha Recorded: Aug 31 2017 38 mins
    User interfaces often utilize components such as grids and tables to help users browse and understand data. Today’s large data sets require sophisticated capabilities to ensure users can effectively comprehend data while remaining flexible and responsive. Building this functionality is time consuming, has integration and maintenance risks, and worst of all, distracts developers from the task at hand -- actually building the app.

    Attend this webinar to learn how the web’s most powerful data grid and GraphQL can help you deliver advanced functionality with minimal effort. You’ll learn how to:

    - Leverage React and GraphQL to easily group, sort, filter, page, and edit tabular data in a highly performant grid.
    - Use ExtReact’s built-in GraphQL proxy to fetch data from any GraphQL server quickly and easily.
    - Integrate other popular GraphQL libraries such as Apollo and Relay.
  • Learn What's New in Sencha Test 2.2 Early Access
    Learn What's New in Sencha Test 2.2 Early Access Subu Baskaran, Sr. Product Manager at Sencha Recorded: Aug 16 2017 57 mins
    Learn about the exciting new features in Sencha Test 2.2 early access release, including simplified test creation, defect management, and results storage. We have also addressed one of the biggest challenges that test automation engineers face at the time of product evaluation – how to build good tests using stable locators.

    Attend this webinar to see a live demonstration and learn what’s new in Sencha Test 2.2 Early Access, including how to:

    - Write application (end-to-end) tests for applications built using the ExtReact framework
    - Select and use unique locators by using the DOM Tree directly from Sencha Studio
    - Create and use Page Objects to build robust tests for web applications
    - Visualize tests using a tree view and focus on the test under construction

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