Titanium at MobileDevCamp NYC

Editor’s note: The following guest post was written by Ben Bahrenburg, who is a member of the Appcelerator Titan’s program. Ben is a director at PricewaterhouseCoopers specializing in providing Global Mobility technology solutions. He has a proven track record of implementing solutions and best practices for large multinational clients across a range of technologies and […]

Titanium Mobile Intro Series: Buffer and Codec

Welcome to the first in a series of articles about some of the new features we’re releasing in Titanium Mobile 1.7.0. These articles are introductory in scope and provide links to additional resources related to the APIs to help give you a broader understanding of the feature. This article is concerned with Titanium Buffer, a […]

Upcoming Appcelerator Events

Event season is gearing up, and Appcelerator is coming to a city near you … AppNation: Show Me The Money (San Francisco – 4/27-28) We’re in booth #34, and Jeff Haynie is on a panel: “So Many Platforms, So Little Time: Solving Fragmentation: iOS, Android, and What’ Next?” at 4:40pm on Wednesday 4/27. http://bit.ly/dZgUEF CodeFab […]

Titanium Mobile 1.6.2 is Released

We try to be as responsive as possible to our developer needs as well as changes in the mobile landscape. The reason for the timing of 1.6.2 is we’ve noticed that Apple has added a more stringent check in their App Store acceptance process, and we’ve taken action to make sure your Titanium Mobile App […]

Announcing Appcelerator’s CODESTRONG Developer Conference!

Save the date: September 18-20, 2011 – San Francisco, CA Appcelerator’s CODESTRONG developer conference is coming to the InterContinental Hotel in San Francisco, CA for two jam-packed days of all things Appcelerator: rapid prototyping in Titanium, best practices, what’s coming up in mobile, building your business on Titanium … and more! Come listen to speakers, […]

Platform Engineering transitioning to JIRA for Issue tracking

Hello Titanium Developers, Today the Platform Engineering team is moving the tracking of our projects from Lighthouse to JIRA. Impact to external developers During our migration: Lighthouse (LH) projects (Ti Mobile, Ti Desktop) are Archived as you read this, in order to ensure a quality migration. We are planning to go-live with JIRA tomorrow, Friday […]

TiPHP & TiPython

Titanium Mobile development is done using JavaScript and with the Titanium module platform developers can also build custom modules using Objective-C and/or Java as well. I’ve always liked the fact that with Titanium Desktop developers also have access to other programming languages like Python, PHP, and Ruby. Last week in discussions with a few other […]

Nooku Desktop, Web meets Desktop

As we move to a new era dominated by web apps instead of web sites web applications are moving out of the browser and onto the desktop. On top of that, tablets and other mobile devices are changing our world and the way we build web applications. A new era is upon us requiring new […]


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