4/30/2013

Facebook's widely publicized problem with HTML5 was the result of its engineers treating the platform as a Web page, not as a programming platform, Sencha CEO Michael Mullany says. "That's where our framework comes in, which is you treat the browser as a rendering platform but create all your user interface and all your app logic in JavaScript. That allows you to dynamically add and subtract screen elements on the fly and get much, much better performance," Mullany says.

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