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

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Chapter 3. Going Command Line

For our third project, we are going to change it up a bit from our reliance on Sencha Designer. In this chapter, we will explore the uses of Sencha's free command-line tool called Sencha Cmd. Using this new toolset, we can quickly generate the basic skeleton of a new application, create controllers and models, and compile our application into a native application for iOS and Android.

The application for this chapter is a simple time tracker for scheduling break times. We call it TimeCop.

The TimeCop application lets the user set an alert for a certain amount of time in the future (say 15 minutes for break time). Once the time is set, the start button is pressed, and an alert will appear after the appropriate delay. ...

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