Appcelerator Studio/SDK 3.4.0 GA is Now Available

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We are happy to announce the release of our Appcelerator Studio/SDK 3.4.0 GA, providing full support for iOS 8 and iPhone 6. (This follows our RC version, released the same day as iOS 8.) This release delivers the rich capabilities made available by iOS 8, including TouchID and Local Interactive Notifications. We want to thank our community of developers and partners who’ve provided invaluable feedback during our development and release process.

To ensure your apps continue to work properly on iOS 8 devices, simply recompile and deploy with the 3.4.0 GA SDK. Also please note Xcode 6.x is required for building iOS 8 apps.

For more detailed information, please see the Release Notes

This release also eliminates a security vulnerability uncovered in our Android SDK, allowing a malicious user with specific knowledge to circumvent source code protections in the compiled application. In order to prevent this vulnerability from affecting your applications, please upgrade them to the 3.4.0 SDK.

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  1. it’s amazing how this bug is still present, and still without any priority

    • Ingo Muschenetz

      Please review the ticket for additional comments.

  2. Ingo Muschenetz

    I’m not clear on the use case. Do you want to make sure an app works on both SDK 7.1 and 8.0 for a broad range of devices? And you specifically want to test it as well on the iPhone 6 as well as something like an iPhone 4 (which can’t update)?

  3. Donovan

    Really need to get this issue fixed:

    Its been there since 3.3.0 and it makes it very easy to crash and app. As soon as a upload starts there is a massive amount of ram usage and if that upload is aborted, ram is never given back. This did not happen in 3.2.3

    • Ingo Muschenetz

      Thank you. We are investigating.

      • Donovan


        Thank you. I hope it gets fixed real soon because I am unable to update my apps for iPhone 6 because the just crash because of the high ram usage caused.

  4. Brian McBride

    I realize this isn’t the “real” place for this, but after moving from the release candidate to release last night – I am finding that my iOS builds are suddenly having issues with POST & GET HTTP requests.

    I’m looking into it now, however Android is working as expected where iOS is failing with status 500 errors. I am using superagent, and all was well before upgrading to the GA.

  5. Arthur R

    Thanks for the update!

    Is it possible to have a shortand for compiling with iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus simulators with CLI?
    Like the –tall one for iPhone 5.

  6. Arun

    Using Xcode 6.1, Ti, 3.4.0.GA and Alloy 1.5.0, the page flickering is exactly as it was. So it looks like upgrading did not help us as i was hoping. This will need to be resolved.
    When navigating one page to another page , getting flicker.

    • Ingo Muschenetz

      @Arun, I’m unable to find any open issues that relate to page flickering. Please file a JIRA ticket and we’ll take a look.

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