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We have proven expertise on native mobile apps development as well as web apps that look and feel native on Apple iOS and Google Android touch screen devices.

 

Downloadable native applications

 

Symbian C++ for S60 phones

 

iPhone

 

Blackberry

 

Other platforms we work on

 
We also use Sencha touch to develop Touch screen mobile apps. Sencha Touch comes with an incredibly powerful data package. Our developers create apps that easily request data from a wide variety of sources whether by Ajax, JSONp, or YQL, bind that data to specific visual components or templates, and then take that data offline with local storage writers. The First HTML5 Mobile App Framework Sencha Touch allows us to develop web apps that look and feel native on Apple iOS and Google Android touch screen devices.
Built with Web Standards
Sencha Touch is the world's first app framework built specifically to leverage HTML5, CSS3, and Javascript for the highest level of power, flexibility, and optimization. Sencha makes specific use of HTML5 to deliver components like audio and video, as well as a local Storage proxy for saving data offline.
The World's Best Devices
Sencha Touch is a cross-platform library aimed at next generation, touch enabled, devices. Sencha Touch is compatible with iOS and Android, which together represent over 90% of current US mobile traffic.
Enhanced Touch Events
As the core method of interaction in a touch-based app, robust touch events are vital to the framework's architecture. On top of the standard events supported by the browser like touchstart and touchend, Sencha has a long list of custom events that can be used like tap, double tap, swipe, tap and hold, pinch, and rotate.
Data Integration
Sencha Touch comes with an incredibly powerful data package. Our developers create apps that easily request data from a wide variety of sources whether by Ajax, JSONp, or YQL, bind that data to specific visual components or templates, and then take that data offline with localStorage writers.