My name is Mats Bryntse and I'd like to thank you for joining this meetup group! I hope you all had a great summer and got some relaxing vacation. It's finally time to kick off this group and have our first HTML5 / Sencha meetup. The meetup will be held at the awesome Spotify office (10th floor) and they will provide food/snacks & beer.
If you haven't been to a Meetup before, here's how it works:
• Attendance is open for all, and the meetup events are always free though space may be limited so register early.
• We'll provide free beer + pizza or snack and all we ask is that you register for the meetup so we can prepare enough food & drinks for all.
• Meetups are community driven events and we encourage anyone to take the stage to give a talk. Talks should ideally be about 20 minutes or less, and any topic related to building web/mobile apps using HTML5 or Sencha is fine. Just send a message to me or any organizer and we'll add your talk to the event description.
For this first meetup, Sencha has been kind enough to send us their senior developer evangelist Luke Kilpatrick and Engineering Manager Don Griffin to join us. Luke will give us a presentation about Sencha Space which was recently announced at SenchaCon 2013 in Florida. Don will share some cool things of what you can do with Ext JS. To learn more about what was announced at SenchaCon, you can watch the keynote here: http://vimeo.com/71035433
Rough agenda for the evening:
18.00 - Meet & greet, beer+pizza === fun
18.30 - Building web apps with Sencha technologies and Ext JS
19.00 - Space Exploration: APIs for Secure Interconnected HTML5 Applications with Sencha Space
19.45 - Lightning talk - TBD
20.00 - Post meetup beer in a bar close by.
Please help us by spreading the word and invite your colleagues and friends to join the group.
About Sencha Space:
The proliferation of mobile devices poses challenges for corporate IT departments. End users want to choose their own device, but also want to access corporate web applications, but the need for security often means that they have to surrender management of their device to their IT department. With this in mind, Sencha created Sencha Space -- a secure and managed environment for deploying HTML5 business applications that run on multiple devices. During this session, Sencha's Sr. Developer Evangelist, Luke Kilpatrick, will give you an overview of Sencha Space, as well as discuss the Sencha Space SDK’s device-level options for secure data storage. Luke will also show you how to implement the Invoke API to connect web applications with one another. You’ll also experience how easily applications can be centrally managed without the need to access the device.