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Wiki: Reloaded

After a lot of planning and hard work, we’d like to proudly present the newest incarnation of the Titanium wiki! Based largely on the community’s feedback, it has been restructured and reorganized to make it more accessible and easy to navigate for Titanium developers. You’ll now have a much more intuitive interface for accessing everything […]

1.7.5 Release Now Available

We are happy to announce that after the resolution of some critical issues with our 1.7.4 release, we are now able to certify and release version 1.7.5 of the Titanium Mobile SDK. The 1.7.5 release addresses the issues uncovered with the 1.7.4 release, and should be considered the best current, stable version of the Titanium […]

Forging Titanium Episode 13: Android Notifications

Editor’s note: This and future episodes of Forging Titanium are available here. In this week’s episode of Forging Titanium we step into the world of Android Status Bar Notifications. With these native notifications, you can more readily keep your users engaged with the current state of your app and its content. When you consider the […]

Updated: Mobile SDK 1.7.4 No Longer Available, 1.7.5 Coming Soon

Update: 1.7.4 Release pulled from build servers – update no longer available The 1.7.4 release has been pulled from our download servers at this time – we are currently tracking two critical issues that are preventing us from making 1.7.4 generally available: Properties not persistent between launches Simulator crashes in iOS 4.3 simulator If you […]

How-To: Create a JavaScript module for CommonJS, Ti.include, or the browser

A common question we get is around techniques for code re-use between projects that use different types of JavaScript evaluation mechanisms, like the CommonJS module spec, Ti.include, or just in the browser. I thought I’d share a quick technique for creating a JavaScript module that will work in all three of these environments. Here’s the […]

Web Directions South 2011

It’s been two weeks since Web Directions South 2011 in Sydney, Australia, and we thought it was about time to write a quick wrap up about our trip down under. First off, we’d like to thank everyone at Web Directions for putting together such an wonderful conference, and for being so hospitable. We were a […]

Join Us for a Developer Meetup at HQ in Mountain View

If you’re a Titanium developer in the San Francisco bay area, we’d love to see you at the Silicon Valley Titanium User Group (SV-TUG) meeting, the first ever to be held at Appcelerator World Headquarters in Mountain View, CA. RSVP and check out the event page here for details and directions. While all who attend […]

Forging Titanium Episode 12: Titanium & Date.js

To keep the ball rolling on integrating existing Javascript libraries with Titanium, this week’s episode shows off the Date.js library in a cross-platform mobile app. We’ll include this powerful date and time processing library, in a modular manner, to enhance the native Javascript Date object. Ideally, you’ll let Date.js do all the grunt work of […]
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