Meet Community Support Engineer – Matt Apperson

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 Matt Apperson, I am a Software Engineer, and husband currently residing just outside Lancaster, PA. What is your title at Appcelerator and what does it […]

Meet Community Support Engineering Lead – Paul Dowsett

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 Paul Dowsett, from Southern England, former Management Accountant, IT Support Engineer, Network Analyst, Application Service Provider Consultant and Mobile Game Entrepreneur. What is your title […]

Meet Platform Evangelist – Kevin Whinnery

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 Kevin Whinnery – Saint Paul, MN resident, husband, and father of three children that are equal parts adorable and devious.  I also loves me some JavaScript […]

A look inside Appcelerator Developer Relations

Editors Note: This is the first part in a series on Developer Relations at Appcelerator and the people behind the team. The Appcelerator Developer Relations team is an amazing group of people from around the world. All of them are former software engineers. A few have authored books and most of them have made contributions […]

Installing Android apps to the SD card

Editor’s note: This blog post is a basic tutorial, a more update version of this tutorial is always available on the wiki. Your Android apps are installed by default to the device’s internal storage. But that limited space can fill quickly, especially on older devices like my Motorola Droid original. Fortunately, you can configure your […]

Win $10,000 at our Developer Conference Hackathon!

We’re kicking off our CODESTRONG hackathon in a big way by awarding $10,000 to the best mobile app! The hackathon is open to all CODESTRONG attendees, and will look for innovative mobile apps for iOS, Android, and Blackberry. In addition to the $10,000 first-place award, the top ten most innovative and useful apps will receive […]

Android Window Orientation behavior change for 1.7.2

With the release of Titanium Mobile SDK 1.7.2, we are making some changes to orientation behavior focused mainly on Android. These changes bring the behavior more in line with how orientation works in a native app and enhance our support for tablet and 3.x (Honeycomb) devices. In order to understand the driving force behind the […]

Titanium Mobile 1.7.2 is Here

Titanium Mobile 1.7.2 brings support for deploying Titanium applications to Android 3.X (Honeycomb) devices along with bug fixes for both Android and iOS. Please review the Release Notes for full details on Titanium Mobile 1.7.2. Upgrade notices will appear when you log into Titanium Studio.
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