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Sencha Architect targets amateur designers interested in HTML5

HTML5 framework provider Sencha has introduced Sencha Architect 2, the evolution of its drag-and-drop Ext Designer application.Sencha Architect 2 builds upon Ext Designer by expanding the program's support for building desktop and mobile Web applications.
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Written by Rachel King, Staff Writer on

HTML5 framework provider Sencha has introduced Sencha Architect 2, the evolution of its drag-and-drop Ext Designer application.

Sencha Architect 2 builds upon Ext Designer by expanding the program's support for building desktop and mobile Web applications.

The familiar drag-and-drop user interface is still there, along with a full code-editing platform, which is touted to enable developers to be able to build mobile and desktop applications within hours rather than days.

When it comes time for deployment, Sencha Architect offers one-click, native packaging for iOS and Android for uploading finished products to iTunes and Google Play.

Sencha's solutions are more in the spotlight since last week when SAP announced a partnership with Sencha (along with Appcelerator and Adobe) to develop an open mobile apps development framework based on SAP’s existing mobile platform.

Sencha Architect 2 retails for $399, and it is available for Mac, Windows, and Linux.

Screenshots via Sencha

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