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We were very impressed to find this community-driven open source project, Livetanium, which allows for real-time editing of Titanium source, complete with deployment to the iPhone emulator. The project was pioneered by team krawaller, developers of the Titanium-based word game Golingo (buy it!). Says Jacob Waller:

Made out of titanium, nodejs and unicorns, our Livetanium library lets you code Titanium Mobile apps and see changes in realtime. It uses a nodejs server to pipe filechanges to the app, and these changes are applied in realtime. It’s iPhone only at the moment, but works in both the simulator and on the actual device. You can see a quick walkthrough here or check out the source.

Please try it out and let us know what you think!

Great work guys! You can check out the video they posted by following the link below:

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  1. Sattanaathan

    That is really interesting…. BTW can somebody gimme pointers on how to use JSS for styling(a sample or a short tutorial)…

  2. WOW!
    Swedish guys rocks! I am for sure gonna try this on the next project together with a lot of new testing with JSS framework. Thank you bros at Krawaller :)

  3. Alan Bourke

    Android an afterthought as usual though …

  4. Kevin Whinnery

    @Sattanaathan yes, there will be a JSS guide dropping with 1.5

  5. Sami B.

    I can’t wait for that to be available for Android development. :D

  6. There are quite allot of community projects out there that seem to be.. well.. quite awesome really!

    Do you have plans to work with these developers to integrate any of their projects rather than having us mobile developers use multiple ‘forks’ of titanium? Not a complaint in the slightest! :) Just a query as it would certainly be an interesting route to look into… IMO anyway!

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