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Getting Started with Sencha Touch 2

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Earlier this year, Sencha Touch released the second iteration of their cross-platform, mobile web development framework. This video spotlight will introduce you to the latest version of Sencha Touch and provide the information you need to begin building mobile web apps.

For more free educational material from Sencha, visit the official documentation page. Do you want to see Sencha Touch covered in greater detail on Mobiletuts+? Let us know in the comments section!

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