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The Week in Mobile: April 26 – May 2, 2015

Apple exceeds goal for Watch apps, 70 new apps gain access to Google Now, Windows 10 to support ported iOS and Android apps and more

What’s this App U Thing All About?

When we launched 4.0 and Arrow earlier this month and announced a new day for the Platform, we were excited to see what the response would be.

The Week in Mobile: April 19-25, 2015

Microsoft embraces Apple Watch, Android Wear to untether users from smartphone, Google unleashes “Mobilegeddon” and more.

5 Lessons Every Business Can Learn from the World’s Most Tech-Savvy Library

NYC’s Queens Library system is tackling the digital divide with creative mobile solutions—and you can probably learn a thing or two from them.

Announcing Box Connectors For Appcelerator Arrow

Today at the Box Dev 2015 conference, held in San Francisco, we announced a key partnership with the storage and file-sharing service. It will bring a connector to Appcelerator Arrow, allowing mobile developers to build apps with open doors to data stored on Box.

The Week in Mobile: April 12-18, 2015

Apple Watch first day pre-orders estimated at 1 million, Android scrutinized for antitrust activities, Wikipedia looks to boost mobile engagement and more.

Tweet to Activate: The AppC Community Gets Creative For a Chance at Early Platform Access

Earlier this month, we announced Appcelerator Platform 4.0, which includes our latest innovation, Arrow, a slick new opinionated framework for building and running APIs.

Xcode 6.3 and iOS SDK 8.3 compatibility

Last week on April 8 Apple released Xcode 6.3 including the SDK for iOS 8.3. We have tested the current versions of Titanium Studio and Appcelerator Studio as well as our CLIs and current SDK for these new versions and found no problems. The same is true for the beta versions of the upcoming 4.0 GA.

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