In the clear: Apple opens up iOS to all developers

Dear Titanium Community – This morning, Apple issued a positive clarification to its terms of service that relaxes its restrictions on the development tools used to create iOS apps. We believe this provides a strong endorsement for developer innovation, reinforces Apple’s long-term platform advantage, and benefits consumers as the ultimate arbiters of quality in the […]

Different ways Titanium can do the same thing

This article illustrates how Titanium often provides several different ways to accomplish the same result. The first examples involve a TableViewRow object’s properties, and the second shows different ways that rows can be added to a TableView. The choice among these different techniques depends on what your application does, and how it’s structured. Comparing these […]

Database API Reference Guide now available

Today we’ve published the Database API Reference Guide. It’s available at: This covers the basics of using the SQLite database from within Titanium Mobile, and offers some advanced techniques as well. Over time, we’ll be continuing to enhance these guides with additional code samples, so please let us know what you think of these […]

Quick Patch: iTunes 10 detection using 1.4

Tonight, Apple pushed the availability of iTunes 10. iTunes 10 has some issues with our detection script in Titanium and we have posted a patch here. To apply the patch: 1. copy the file into the following directory: /Library/Application Support/Titanium/mobilesdk/osx/1.4.0/iphone and name it (In some cases, Titanium is installed in your personal directory under […]

New API Reference Guides

We’ve published the first in a series of API Reference Guides — this first guide covers TableViews for Titanium Mobile. There will be many more guides coming over the next weeks and months. (A Database API Reference Guide will be published later this week.) Check out the TableViews API Reference Guide here: Our goal […]

Dealing with multiple screens and multiple languages

In the upcoming 1.5, we’re adding some additional functionality to help you improve dealing with the various screens (thank you Android and RIM) as well as handling applications for a variety of languages around the world. These are two big areas that have needed much improvement and we’ve made some big changes (that landed this […]

Onward to 1.5 and Android awesomeness

Since 1.4, we’ve been hard at work on the next release of Titanium, 1.5, scheduled in September. In 1.5, Android is become the golden child and it’s getting a lot of love and attention and some really awesome new capabilities and fixes. I’ll outline some of the specific things that will land in 1.5 (some […]

Understanding Execution Contexts

A couple of questions have surfaced from community members recently with regard to execution contexts in a Titanium Mobile application. I thought I would take a few minutes to explain execution contexts to folks for whom the concept is still a little foggy. First, let me explain what I mean when I say “execution context”. […]


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