Announcing the 3.3.0 Release Candidate of Titanium SDK and Studio

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We’re pleased to announce the release candidate version of 3.3.0, a major update of the Titanium SDK and Titanium Studio. Version 3.3.0 contains a number of important feature enhancements and improvements, along with significant bug fixes. We are asking for your feedback in testing this before it becomes generally available later this month.

This is a pre-production release, and as such may contain regressions or other issues. Please do not use it in production, and keep backups of all important projects and data.

If you find an issue, please report it in JIRA with a reproducible test case. We ask you provide feedback by Wednesday, 6/18.

How to Update

These are links to continuous integration builds. To install them, choose “Help Menu > Install Specific Titanium SDK…” from inside Titanium Studio.

To update Studio, please visit and follow the instructions to update to the RC stream, or to download a new install.

NPM Packages

Note: You may need to use ‘sudo’ before these terminal commands on OSX and Linux

[sudo] npm install -g alloy@1.4.0-rc
[sudo] npm install -g titanium@3.3.0-rc

To revert back to stable versions:

[sudo] npm remove -g titanium
[sudo] npm install -g titanium
[sudo] npm remove -g alloy
[sudo] npm install -g alloy

Updates in Titanium 3.3.0

Read the complete Release Notes. A full list of updates is available here.

Review the previous post for a high-level list of 3.3.0 features and changes

Changes from 3.3.0.Beta
  • Fixes for Studio Windows Installer
  • Address BlackBerry regressions
  • Corrected issues with Android module creation and packaging
  • Alloy: Corrected negation in conditionals and issues with assets in themes
  • Various other Android and iOS bugs
  • Core Motion Module! The Core Motion module provides support for monitoring various hardware sensors on iOS devices, such as the accelerometer, gyroscope, and magnetometer. Please read more here. Download the module here.
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  1. Thanks a lot for your amazing effort, but there are a lot of updates in BlackBerry 10, why you didn’t mention them in this post or the last one?

    – Finally full support for UTF-8 & UTF-16 language
    – Push notification support
    – Support Q10 splash screens size
    – Ti.XML working

    and more

    • Ingo Muschenetz

      Thank you for calling them out. I did mention them, but not explicitly.

  2. John Smith

    On Android, the splash screen of my app now displays the app name in the top left corner of the screen in white text. This is redundant on a splash screen. Also, while this gets covered if there’s an action bar, hiding the action bar causes the entire app window to get pushed down a bit, and you can see the app name and the splash screen between the status bar and the current window. Prior to this release, the current window of the app would be flush against the status bar. I have the following settings in tiapp.xml


    • Ingo Muschenetz

      Can you please review TIMOB-17180 and see if that addresses your issue?

      • John Smith

        That appears to have resolved it. Thank you!

  3. Kenrick Vaz

    ” A full list of updates is available here.” The link on “here” takes me to “” which shows me nothing!!!

    • Ingo Muschenetz

      Apologies–there was a permissions issue. Please try again.

  4. It works for me. Thanks author.

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