4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Mar 31, 2016
Most of the problems were our own. The library and development tools were adequate. Our team just struggled to stick to Sencha design principles and therefore had performance and maintenance issues.
Follow the Sencha standards closely, otherwise performance and upgrades will be complicated.
Either find developers who were more skilled with the Sencha Touch framework, or switch to a library that our existing developers were comfortable with. Asking Sencha experts to review the application early on would also have been valuable.
Sencha is a valuable library for dealing with Mobile users.
Available, yet we do not use it very often.
Quick to get started, and simple to deploy.
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4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Feb 26, 2016
Overall the product works well for HTML5/Hybrid app solutions.
Keeping up with framework versions can be tedious, but don't let your code base fall too far behind on releases of the framework, plugins, and/or Cordova, etc. The farther behind you get, the bigger impact when it comes time to upgrade your project.
Ease of use / configurability. You can get a project up & running quickly.
Upgrading frameworks. This has always been problematic.
More responsive UI.
Determine when to use a hybrid/HTML5 approach vs. native where it makes sense, not as a general rule.
It delivers exactly what it claims to deliver. There are some nuances and in some contexts it can be a little less fluid than native UI, but overall it delivers a feature rich experience.
Any tickets we opened with the support team were answered in a satisfactory way with no delay.
No issues getting it deployed.
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Oct 5, 2015
Ease of use.
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Aug 10, 2015
Product is fast improving.
Rapidly changing product makes upgrades difficult.
Improved documentation. Provide a better library of value added components.
Few issues have required escalation
Works well with other related technologies.