I think extjs is to sencha what windows is to microsoft. Yes, modern browsers on desktop or pads/phones should support extjs framework. However, sencha touch is optimized for the pads/phones.
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Sencha publishes the road map for all of our frameworks under each respective products' "Road Map" tab. To learn more about our current Ext JS Road Map, visit Sencha's Ext JS Road Map page.
Distribution of a Sencha Touch application through a general purpose browser, regardless of the device, is free of charge an embedded license is not required. A general purpose web browser has a URL bar and a general browser "Chrome".
Audio Video Support:
Provides HTML5 to deliver components like audio and video, as well as a local Storage proxy for saving data offline. Provides CSS3 style sheets for robust styling layer possible.
Provides a simple Container for HTML5 Video.
Easily scales to different resolutions for maximum compatibility with different iPhone, iPad, and the various Android phones.
Saving data offline with local Storage writers.
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Sencha Touch includes a set of graphical user interface GUI-based controls (or components) for use within mobile web applications. These components are optimized for touch input. The components are: buttons with device specific themes and effects; form elements such as text fields for email, date picker, and address; sliders, selectors, and combo-boxes; a list component with momentum-scrolling and an index bar; a minimal icon set; toolbars and menus; movable tabs; bottom toolbars; and a map component with support for multi-touch gestures such as pinch and zoom.
All the components can be themed according to the target device. This is done using Sass, a stylesheet language built over CSS.
Sencha Touch has eight in-built transition effects including slide over or under the current element, pop, flip, and cube. It supports common touch gestures built from touch events, which are Web standards but supported only by Android, iOS, and some touch enabled devices. These are tap, double tap, swipe, scroll, and pinch.
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