Introducing Titanium Desktop SDK 1.2 Release Candidate 4

Titanium Desktop SDK 1.2 Release Candidate 1 is now available, providing developers with the ability to create Titanium-based apps for distribution through Apple’s Mac App Store. A guide for the Mac App Store submission can be found here. Additional features in the release include: * JavaScript source code minification and obfuscation through use of Google […]

Getting Started with the Nook Color

We’re excited to announce a new partnership with Barnes & Noble’s Nook Developer program. We have been working with Barnes & Noble over the past couple months to streamline the Nook SDK for Titanium Android developers to build great Nook apps. As part of the announcement, Barnes & Noble is fast-tracking Titanium developer registrations, so […]

QR Codes in Your Mobile Apps, Cross Platform

QR Codes in 11 lines of code? Easy. Let’s look at how we can leverage some free APIs from Google to get flexible QR codes in your mobile apps. Let’s start off with the final product — a function we can call to create a Ti.UI.ImageView with a QR code in it: [gist id=1998e6e50cd57f269658] See? […]

Titanium Mobile for web developers

Have you decided to start using Titanium Mobile, but don’t know where to begin? Are you currently a web developer who knows Javascript but who feels a little apprehensive about building an entire application in it? Well, this blog post can help! What is Titanium Mobile? Titanium Mobile is an SDK. Just as some browsers provide […]

Gaming comes to Titanium, Introducing the Box2D module!

The community has long been asking “Can I build games like angry birds or <insert any game title here> with titanium” and for some situations there were ways to make it work, but it always involved a lot of hacks. We know game development is important to many developers, and so we wanted to bring better game […]

Platform Engineering: Android Runtime Performance Improvements

Editors Note: This is a post that’s part of a series on Platform Engineering at Appcelerator. This is the first in a series of blog posts from the Appcelerator Engineering team on upcoming platform improvements planned through the rest of this year. Performance of applications on Android has been on the radar for quite some […]

Forging Titanium Episode 5: Parse – A Simple Back End for Mobile Applications

Editor’s note: This and future episodes of Forging Titanium are available here. In this week’s episode, we’ll be taking a look at Parse, a new service which allows developers to quickly and easily set up persistent back end data services for their application. This is particularly useful for mobile applications that aren’t terribly concerned with […]

Let the Hacking Begin…CODESTRONG Hackathon Rules are Announced!

Calling all Titanium rockstars! Show off your mobile development skills at the CODESTRONG Hackathon. The contest begins September 6th and concludes Tuesday, September 20th, when applicants submit their entries to CODESTRONG Hackathon judges. Prizes include: First Prize: $10,000 Second Prize: $2,500 Third Prize: $1,000 Top Five Apps will receive Barnes & Noble NOOK Tablets Judging […]


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