Especially built for mobile web, Sencha touch provides highly powerful libraries to developers in easy to use interface. Although, HTML5 has taken the overall web with storm, still there are various tools like sencha and kendo, that still require support from the developers community to optimize HTML5 development. In order to spread more awareness and help create better HTML5 tools, there will be a developers conference from July 16-19, 2013 in Orlando, Florida.
There would also be multiple boot camps ranging from Tizen, Windows Azure, blackberry and sencha Touch. Technologies like WebRTC and CSS Filters, as well as up-and-coming specifications like the Web Cryptography API and ECMAScript 6 would also be showcased during the three days for the conference. HTML5 holds a vital key to the future of web and developer conferences like these bring together like minds to create better products.