Titanium London User Group: Nov 2011 Meetup Review

As readers who saw our previous post will know, to reflect our increasing activities in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region, Appcelerator hosted an exhibition stand at the AppsWorld Europe 2011 Conference in London last week. During those days, to simply say we were “busy” would not really give a true impression of […]

AppsWorld Europe 2011 Roundup

After the huge success of the Asia and North America dates of the AppsWorld Series tour, AppsWorld Europe 2011 arrived at London’s Olympia Conference Center last week, on 29th and 30th November. With talks by over 100 speakers, from innovators in the business and technology spaces such as British Airways, eBay, Layar, Mozilla, Telefónica, PayPal, […]

Google’s new Android SDK Tools revision 14

Yesterday, Google updated it’s Android SDK Tools to revision 14, and with it was introduced a much clearer UI to manage your packages. To benefit from this release, launch the Android AVD and Package Manager, select the Installed packages menu and click the “Update All…” button. Accept the Tools and Platform-tools items and reject all […]

Using Titanium Studio From Behind an Authenticated Proxy

Editor’s note: This blog post is a basic tutorial. The most up-to-date version is available in the wiki. Titanium Studio requires an Internet connection to authenticate the user to the Appcelerator cloud on first launch, although the credentials are cached for subsequent use. In addition, the web is used for news, documentation and code updates. […]

Meet Community Support Engineering Lead – Paul Dowsett

Editors Note: This is a post that’s part of a series on Developer Relations at Appcelerator and the people behind the team. Tell us who you are? My name is Paul Dowsett, from Southern England, former Management Accountant, IT Support Engineer, Network Analyst, Application Service Provider Consultant and Mobile Game Entrepreneur. What is your title […]


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