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Sencha Wins 2014 SD Times 100 Award in Mobile Category

Sencha, a leader in powering HTML5 development for desktop and mobile applications, has been selected by the editors at SD Times for a 2014 SD Times 100 Award in the Mobile category. The award was published in the June 2014 issue of BZ Media’s SD Times and on www.sdtimes.com.

Each year, the SD Times 100 Award recognizes businesses for their innovation, thought leadership and ability to demonstrate competitiveness in the software development industry. Sencha’s award in the Mobile category is based on the company’s ability to help developers port their applications to mobile without sacrificing quality.

In July 2013, Sencha announced Sencha Space, pioneering a new category of secure mobile software clients that makes deploying and securing mobile business applications easy. As the missing link to multi-device application development and management, Space is a key addition to Sencha’s HTML5 frameworks and tools, providing businesses with an ideal suite of products to design, build and deploy high quality and secure mobile applications that can run on all of today’s leading mobile devices.

“The software development industry has always been competitive, but never more so given the innovation we're seeing in so many spaces, including mobile, cloud, SaaS, DevOps/ALM, developer tools, quality assurance and Big Data,” said David Rubinstein, editor-in-chief of BZ Media's SD Times. “For the 2014 SD Times 100, our editors carefully considered each nominee's products and services, thought leadership and reputation. Thanks to companies like Sencha, the future for software development is very bright.”

In the last year, Sencha not only released new products to enhance and simplify touch capabilities and visual theming, but also entered into new significant partnerships to satisfy enterprise demand to deploy HTML5 applications on premise and in the cloud, easing business application performance for the new multi-device world. Sencha’s frameworks allow applications to run on any mobile device, tablet or browser with little to no modification in the code base.

“Sencha’s tools and frameworks have become the industry standard for designing, developing and deploying web-based HTML5 applications in the enterprise,” said Jeff Hartley, vice president, Products and Services, Sencha. “We are honored to receive this distinction for the second time, demonstrating our commitment to the mobile enterprise and success in providing innovative solutions to deploy and manage powerful applications that function in a multi-device, BYOD world.”

About BZ Media

BZ Media LLC® (www.bzmedia.com) is a high-tech media company combining the best of print and Web-based publishing, offering industry-leading magazines, newspapers, Web sites and conferences. BZ Media’s SD Times® is the leading magazine for the software development industry. Published since 2000, SD Times reaches more than 65,000 subscribers in 131 countries, plus many more on sdtimes.com.

About Sencha

Sencha application frameworks, tools and cloud services empower developers to create high quality applications based on Web standards that can run on an unprecedented number of devices, platforms and browsers. The company's flagship product, Sencha Complete, includes industry-leading JavaScript frameworks, tools, and services. More than two million developers worldwide at more than 150,000 companies use the Sencha family of products to build highly functional and robust desktop and mobile applications to run their business. Visit Sencha on the web, read the Sencha blog, follow us on Twitter @Sencha, and like us on Facebook.

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