Changing the Log Level in TiStudio

Editor’s note: This blog post is a basic tutorial, a more update version of this tutorial is always available on the wiki. Titanium Studio is a very powerful tool for development, and like many other applications that provide such a robust set of capabilities, one of the most important parts of being a proficient developer is knowing […]

Marketplace beta submissions are rolling in! Last chance to get in the Marketplace launch!

A few weeks ago we announced our Marketplace beta program (’s-marketplace-join-the-beta-program.html) and asked for submissions of cool design elements, sample apps, or modules/extensions to Titanium … basically anything that can be used in a Titanium app. We got some great submissions! For example, SingularTouch submitted his sample “Mosaic” module, complete with a full app, doc, […]

Titanium Studio 1.0.4 Is Here

Titanium Studio 1.0.4 includes several notable improvements to your Titanium development experience, including: Faster loading, with less memory usage and less processor usage Less indexing of projects An improved content assist typing experience with better ordering of proposals Introductory CoffeeScript support Formatting improvements, in particular the ability to control spaces "New From Template" now allows […]

"Fake Steve Jobs" to Keynote at CODESTRONG 2011!

You’ve read his blog, The Secret Diary of Steve Jobs, now hear what he has to say about everything else: Will Google rule the world? Is Microsoft doomed? What’s next for Apple? In CODESTRONG’s morning keynote, Dan Lyons (a.k.a. Fake Steve Jobs) expands upon the world of his satirical Apple-centric blog to answer these questions […]

Introducing Titanium Desktop SDK 1.2 Release Candidate 3

Titanium Desktop SDK 1.2 Release Candidate 3 is now available for download. This Release Candidate provides support for OS X Lion (10.7). Additional features in the release include: * WebKit Upgrade for Linux (WebKitGTK 1.4.2). * Ubuntu 11.04 support added. * Resolve crash when running MSI installer on Windows 7. * Resolve WebKit related crash […]

Forging Titanium Episode 1: CommonJS Modules

Editor’s note: This and future episodes of Forging Titanium will be available here. The CommonJS Module specification is an emerging standard for creating self-contained JavaScript modules which do not pollute the global scope.  Titanium Mobile provides an implementation developers can use today to leverage these features in their own applications.  In the first episode of […]

Adding iTunes Artwork to your project

Editor’s note: This blog post is a basic tutorial. The most up-to-date version is available in the wiki. Adding your iTunes artwork to your project gives your app a polished look when you are testing or deploying to test users.  In order to get your application’s icon to appear in iTunes there are a few […]

Meet Community Support Engineer – Anthony Decena

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 Anthony Decena – Rockstar web developer, javascript ninja, and all around great guy from Las Vegas, NV. I’m just you’re average everyday evil genius with […]


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