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Sencha Touch (www.sencha.com/products/touch) is a JavaScript framework for creating web applications targeted to touch-based devices. Sencha Touch is the flagship product of Sencha (formerly Ext JS), a Palo Alto, Calif. company launched in 2007 that makes application frameworks. Sencha Touch combines ExtJS, jQTouch and Raphaël. Unlike jQTouch, Sencha Touch is not dependent on jQuery and is compatible with both the iPhone and Android. Sencha Touch is distributed under the GPL v3 open source license. As of this writing, it is in beta and not available for commercial distribution; however, it is expected to have a commercial license upon final release.

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© 2010 Sarah Allen, Vidal Graupera, Lee Lundrigan

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Allen, S., Graupera, V., Lundrigan, L. (2010). Sencha Touch. In: Pro Smartphone Cross-Platform Development. Apress. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4302-2869-1_13

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