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Creating Mobile Apps with Sencha Touch 2 by Bryan P. Johnson, John Earl Clark

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Chapter 1. A Simple Task List

At its core, most programming tasks fall into three categories: data display, data entry, and data storage. We will start our first project with the goal of covering how Sencha Touch handles each of these three basic categories. To do this, we will create a common programming application, the to-do list, or task list.

In this application, we will use the local storage available in HTML5 to store tasks including a name, description, creation date, completing date, and priority. We will then create a task list for displaying the current tasks as well as our completed tasks. We will discuss ways to test your display and to manage errors. We will then create the forms for entering in new tasks, editing existing tasks, ...

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