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SenchaCon comes to you (Foo Café)

Lots of new exciting stuff was presented on SenchaCon this year.  

Sencha shows a lot of interest in Meetups around the world and would like to help us make our meetings more interesting and exciting. Luke has travelled over the ocean just to teach us more about the new Sencha product "Sencha Space". A product that helps you deploy HTML5 apps in your organization.  


Sencha Space : The secure way to deploy interconnected HTML5 applications

Sencha Space allows your HTML5 applications to be more powerful, more integrated and more secure than ever before.

Luke will discuss the Sencha Space SDK’s device-level options for secure data storage, as well as 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. If you are looking to deploy HTML5 mobile apps across your company, you should not miss this session.


Luke Kilpatrick



Luke Kilpatrick is Sencha's Developer Marketing Manager and has been involved in technology and web development since 1996 when he opened up 2 of the first internet cafes in Ontario. Prior to Joining Sencha, He held many community management and front end developer positions with VMware, Tripp-lite, Broadchoice and Kohler. He graduated from the Digital Media Technical Production program at Seneca College, North York, Ontario in 2001.

What's new in Sencha Touch and Ext JS Next. 

Many new exciting things was presented at SenchaCon this year. Fredric will show you the good parts and explain their purpose. 

This will cover ExtJS/Sencha Touch and Sencha Cmd. 


Fredric Berling



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  • Fredric B.

    Great Meetup. Special thanks to Luke for taking the time to travel around the world to tell us about Sencha Space

    September 26, 2013

  • Niels L.

    Thanx Fredric for a great event!! It was great to see all of you ext guys :) Are the presentations available somewhere? Thanx for pizza and beer Regards Niels

    September 26, 2013

    • Fredric B.

      Great to see you too Niels.

      September 26, 2013

    • Fredric B.

      I will ask Mr Foo Cafe if they will be public anytime soon. See you next time.

      September 26, 2013

  • Henrik R.

    Hi Fredric,

    My company would like to host the event, but it will be in the Copenhagen area close to public transport and a half hour journey from Malmö with the Öresunds train. I have several options, we do ourselves have the localities, but I could move the arrangement to either the IT University, Scion/DTU or IBM to attract Danish Sencha new bees.

    August 21, 2013

    • Fredric B.

      Hi Henrik. I was in discussions with Foo cafe when i wrote the invitation. They got back to me know and now it is decided to take place at their locations. Next Meetup would be nice to have in Copenhagen. Let's discuss that on the 25th :)

      August 21, 2013

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