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Repost: 6 Ways Being a Titanium Dev is Like Being a Native Mobile Dev

Appcelerator Titan Vui Nguyen is a Certified Titanium Developer, developing in Titanium since 2011. She has been a professional software developer for over 15 years, building desktop, enterprise, web, and mobile applications at large companies, and as a freelance consultant. From this experience, she recently wrote an excellent article about 6 Ways Being a Titanium […]

From Farm to Mobile: Kakaxi Links Food to the Story Behind It

Supermarkets work with farmers to supply the majority of US consumers’ produce. In the process, we’ve lost what was once a close and personal relationship between farmers and our food. We know so little about where our food grows, how it is grown and, most importantly, who grows it. But there’s a story to be […]

How to record meetups and other talks

In January my colleague Hans Knoechel talked about Hyperloop at the Amsterdam Titanium meetup. In advance, many people asked us if we could record and publish his talk and so we did: In this article, I’m going to walk you through a simple way to record and publish talks at meetups and other events. If […]

The Week in Mobile: February 7-13, 2016

Apple unveils new betas, Microsoft partners with manufacturers to pre-install Android apps, Quartz launches new take on the news app and more. Each week we round up the top news stories, think pieces and other content that centers on the fast-paced, quickly changing world of mobile technology. We tell you which companies are employing clever […]

Experiencing iOS certification issues? Check your WWDR intermediate certificate

This weekend, the Apple Worldwide Developer Relations Intermediate Certificate has expired. The Apple Worldwide Developer Relations Certificate Authority issues the certificates you use to sign Apple software. To do so, you need this valid intermediate certificate. As registered Apple Developer you should have received several emails from Apple over the last months to inform you […]

This Week’s Modules & Widgets

With the Final Goodbye of the community site, their weekly roundup of modules & widgets also came to an end. We’d like to continue this tradition and sum up all new and updated modules, widgets and other products for you, as listed on the Appcelerator Marketplace and found on GitHub by gitTio. Here are […]

Repost: Android orientation locking for Titanium

Appcelerator Titan Ben Bahrenburg wrote an excellent guide on locking the orientation of a Titanium Android app. It involves adding code to your tiapp.xml that will be merged with the AndroidManifest.xml Titanium generates for you. Please be aware that this generated code might differ across Titanium versions. Also see our Orientation Guide for details. Continue […]

Dash for offline API reference with Stack Overflow fallback

Online documentation is always up to date, but it can also be slow-ish. We use JSDuck, which preloads the full API reference. Great once it’s loaded, but frustrating when you’re in a flow, just need to look up when Ti.UI.Window.url was removed and then have to wait for a whopping 19MB to finish downloading. Meet […]

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