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Community Code: Sabre Holdings

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Learn how Sabre Holdings used Sencha Touch to build and deploy their GetThere mobile application for the travel industry. …

Learn how Sabre Holdings used Sencha Touch to build and deploy their GetThere mobile application for the travel industry.

Stephen Pond is a key contributor to the Enterprise Mobility Group at Sabre Holdings, Southlake ,Texas. This group is responsible for the architecture, design, creation and deployment of ubiquitous mobile services, exploiting technology advances. With his background in developing client-side web applications, utilizing ExtJS and other client-rich frameworks, Stephen’s skills are essential.

Among others, Stephen’s contributions include developing new capability for GetThere, a corporate travel application. With the release of Sencha Touch 1.0, Stephen leveraged both the framework’s MVC and rich Ajax components to create one of the first HTML5 mobile travel applications. The application is industry-recognized, permitting corporate travelers advanced mobile tools to to book flights and hotels. Stephen continues his work to advance design and development of mobile applications for the travel and tourism industry.

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  • 1. Getting from A to MVC Sabre with Sencha Touch Presented by: @stephenpond Confidential ConfidentialWednesday, November 2, 11
  • 2. Financials ScaleGlobal Reach Number of billable and non- billable trnx in a day Confidential 2Wednesday, November 2, 11
  • 3. GetThere Customers Lead the Way Confidential 3Wednesday, November 2, 11
  • 4. Wednesday, November 2, 11
  • 5. Wednesday, November 2, 11
  • 6. • Agile requirements mean fast Data modelingWednesday, November 2, 11
  • 7. • Savvy Enterprise Customers need Slick ViewsWednesday, November 2, 11
  • 8. Dealing with PoliciesWednesday, November 2, 11
  • 9. MVC and Policy Flow Task Nodes - Tasks, sub tasks. Machines of Finite State Controller - Handles input from View and directs them to Model Inception Points - MonitorsWednesday, November 2, 11
  • 10. Fill out an Authorizer Form Task Node Extends Ext.data.Node Attributes: STATUS: COMPLETE/ READY Policy Objective Node Please select a Reason Form Checkout Objective Extends Extends Ext.data.Node Node Ext.data.Node Attributes: Extends Attributes: STATUS: COMPLETE/ Ext.data.Node STATUS: COMPLETE/ READY READY Attributes: STATUS: COMPLETE/ • Ext.Data.Node READY ShopAndBookExampleRootNode Extends Ext.data.Node Attributes: STATUS: COMPLETE/READYWednesday, November 2, 11
  • 11. BLACKBOX TaskNode Controller Inception Point Model ViewWednesday, November 2, 11
  • 12. • WalkthroughWednesday, November 2, 11
  • 13. • Thank you • Presentation by Stephen Pond @stephenpondWednesday, November 2, 11

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