Find: Sencha updates framework for building native-looking mobile Web apps

Toolkit for developing mobile web apps, bad on old yahoo tech. Includes conversion to native apps. 

Ars Technica

Sencha, a company that develops JavaScript libraries, announced this morning the availability Sencha Touch 2, a major new version of the company's framework for building mobile Web applications. The new version brings improved performance, broader platform support, and additional functionality.

We discussed the update with Aditya Bansod, the senior director of product management at Sencha. He described how Sencha Touch fits into the company's product roadmap, which includes an evolving suite of tools, frameworks, and services for building applications with standards-based Web technologies. We also conducted some hands-on tests with the new version of the Sencha Touch framework and used it to build a simple mobile application.