Jnesis blog

Version 5.0 of Ionic (Magnesium) is available since February 11th. This new major version of the framework comes with a lot of evolutions. What has really changed compared to the previous version? Are the good practices of…
Why do an ionic migration? Ionic 4 was released in January 2017 and offers many evolutions compared to version 3. To point out just a few: The framework has been completely rebuilt from scratch using standard Web APIs, and each…
Between 2 Ionic and Sencha projects, the members of the Jnesis France team went on a trip to Lisbon to celebrate the 10th anniversary of JNESIS. It is therefore with a lot of ideas and good cheer that the…
Web or native? Or better both with ionic? First of all, these applications are intended to offer the best of both worlds, web and native, with a shorter development time (time-to-market), and without undergoing the complexities associated…
Schnitzel, Kartoffeln Salat und … Wasser The first day already over at the Sencha Community Days taking place the 10th and 11th of April 2019 à Karlsruhe, Germany. The event attracted over 100 developers, an amazing success! Atanas…
The 2019 edition of the Sencha Community Days will take place the 10th and 11th of April in Karlsruhe, Germany. It is a unique opportunity to get the latest news on the Ext JS ecosystem. It is the…