In this tutorial you will learn how to create a .NET server-side handler for a Sencha Touch store. Let’s begin by defining a sample Sencha Touch application with a “Hotels” store that contains data about a number of fictitious hotels. Our goal is to build the server-side .NET code that will work with the store in order to read, create, update and delete hotels information saved in a database.
To start, you will need to create a Visual Studio or WebMatrix project with the following directories:
The index.html file of the Sencha Touch app will look like this: