Build your own weather app with Sencha Touch

If you're interested in learning how to make an app, the Sencha Touch framework makes it easy to build awesome multiplatform, touch-enabled applications. We'll use it to build 'Do I need my Umbrella?' – an app using weather information from to determine if you need said umbrella.

You can see the app itself here, while the code can be found in this GitHub repo: the solution-tutorial directory contains the raw code, the final directory the code plus a Sass template. In addition, the goodies-tutorial directory on the repo contains the files you will need as you work through the tutorial.

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