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London Sencha Touch User Group: Meetup round 6

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Dear London Sencha Touch User Group members,

Please join us on Monday 23rd September at 6:00pm for our sixth Sencha Touch meetup event. Unfortunately the group is no longer able to use the previous venue for future meetups, but we have a new venue at Tquila's office.

We will have three great talks on the evening, including speakers from Sencha themselves.


6:00pm - 6:30pm - Arrive and chat with other attendees over a drink and slice of pizza!

6:30pm - 7:15pm - Talk One: "Sencha Space: The secure way to deploy interconnected HTML5 applications" by Luke Kilpatrick, Sencha

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.

7:15pm - 8:00pm - Talk Two: "Salesforce Cross-Platform Mobile Development with Sencha Touch and PhoneGap" by Alessio Valentini, Tquila

How to develop an enterprise application for Salesforce using Salesforce integration layer libraries, PhoneGap, and Sencha Touch for the UI. Walkthrough of the development paths, and demo of a real-world enterprise app.

8:00pm - 8:30pm - Talk Three: "What's new in Sencha Architect 3.0" by Luke Kilpatrick, Sencha

Sencha Architect allows you to rapidly build Sencha Touch and Sencha Ext JS applications using a powerful drag-and-drop interface. Take a closer look at what's coming in Sencha Architect 3, such as the powerful theming capabilities.

About the speakers

Luke Kilpatrick is Sencha's Developer Relations Manager and has been involved in technology and web development since 1996 when he opened up 2 of the first internet cafes in Ontario, Canada. Prior to Joining Sencha, he held many community management and front end developer positions with VMware, Tripp-lite, Broadchoice and Kohler. He often can be found surfing at beaches around the world.

Alessio Valentini is an Enterprise Mobile Specialist at Tquila. He is involved in cutting edge, Ruby On Rails, Sencha Touch web and Mobile Cloud projects.