December 1, 2010

tinySrc is now part of Sencha

I’m extremely pleased to announce that one of my projects, tinySrc, has become part of Sencha, alongside such awesome projects as Raphaël JS, jQTouch, Connect, and InfoVis – as well, of course, as the company’s core products like Ext JS and the revolutionary mobile framework Sencha Touch.

tinySrc has been going from strength to strength over the last 18 months. I think its underlying growth is a reflection of the huge interest in developing for the mobile medium. Mobile web and app developers quickly realize they need to make sure that their graphical experience is correctly formatted for a wide range of screen-sizes and form factors.

There are no intentions to change the API and the way in which the tinySrc runs, so you can continue to use it with confidence.

You’ll see lots of new cool features coming in the future though: the service has some exciting times ahead of it!

Comments (4)

  1. December 12, 2010
    Morse said...

    Hi, Just wanna say that tinysrc rocks! I have been using it extensively for one of my projects. It does not only protect me against session stealing but also resizes images to the most suitable dimensions. However, can you please tell if the service would become a paid one or will it remain free forever ?

  2. December 14, 2010
    Roycer said...

    Hi there, is the tinysrc site down? Getting unresolveable DNS errors.

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