Titanium 101: Building Native Apps with JavaScript

Note: This post was originally published on Medium. Rene Pot is an Appcelerator Titan, long time member of the Titanium community, and runs the Slack Titanium Channel @Ti_Slack. For more, you can follow him on Medium and Twitter. So, you want to build mobile apps? JavaScript and the idea of wrapping a website in a […]

Optimising Titanium App File Sizes

In this post, Jason Kneen describes some simple techniques that can be used to reduce Titanium application file size.

5 Books to Help You Master Titanium

Whether you’re new to Titanium or you’ve been using the Platform for years, there is always an opportunity to learn something new, try out a new feature or gain inspiration from what others are doing. If you want to get back to the basics of Titanium or tackle a new challenge, here is a roundup […]

The Body Shop’s Fresh Take on Lasting Customer Relationships

Everywhere they turn, today’s shoppers are bombarded with offers from retailers competing for their attention. For a brand, cutting through all that noise has never been more difficult. Recognizing this, The Body Shop’s Switzerland stores saw an opportunity for a different approach: one that focused on better understanding their customers and building relationships, not blasting […]

Hyperloop: Working with Native Controls in Android

In this post, we’re going to provide a quick introduction to Hyperloop by adding an Android Button to a Titanium Alloy project and adding a click event handler. We’ll be writing code in JavaScript and using Hyperloop to access the underlying Android SDK, working directly with the android.widget.Button class. This example focuses on Android. For […]

Developer Tip: Managing the Android Soft Keyboard

The Android soft keyboard will display when an input field, such as textField, is in focus (e.g. a finger touch in the textField is sensed by the device). Normally, this is the behavior we want. However, what if the first screen of your app is a login screen? Then we may not want the keyboard […]

Tracker: How to protect your global scope and still share variables

I recently started building a Geo Tracker App in Titanium to support Compassion and open-sourced the code for us all to learn from. I will guide you through the code in a series of blog posts and share some best practices as I continue to develop the app. Today I’d like to talk to you […]

Tracker: How to target more devices with fewer icons & launch images

I recently started building a Geo Tracker App in Titanium to support Compassion and open-sourced the code for us all to learn from. I will guide you through the code in a series of blog posts and share some best practices as I continue to develop the app. Let’s start with some new Titanium features […]
 
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