This is all the Titanium Mobile news I’ve gather from the Twittersphere and Interwebs this week.
The big news is Titanium Studio and Titanium Mobile 1.7 are shipping next week.
The deadline for papers for the Codestrong developer conference in September passed this week. A couple more people tweeted about their talks:
Apple’s WWDC announcements were this week in case you somehow missed them. The Appcelerator team got the iOS5 Beta the same time as the rest of us so it will take a while before the new features get scheduled in Titanium Mobile. But you should know that Titanium Mobile does NOT compile with iOS5 Beta so don’t update XCode quite yet.
Appclerator sponsored a story on Wireless Week about cross platform development and app stores.
Soft Gravity released a flurry analytics module for Titanium Mobile.
There is a Titanium Mobile book! But it is in Japanese only.
Codeboxed put together some nice code to abstract a SQLite database in your Titanium Mobile app.
Pedro Enrique has put together another gist for deleting a row from a table view in android with tap-and-hold. He has quite a nice collection of code building up on github.
Aaron Saunders has put up a new blog posting demonstrating app structure, how to handle the global namespace and events. Aaron is very active on Stack Overflow and really knows his stuff. You should follow him if you are serious about Titanium Development.
iVisit is the first iPhone application to support the certification of buildings.
ICD-9-CM is a clinical modification of the World Health Organization’s International Classification of Diseases, 9th Revision (ICD-9).
iWoot alerts you to new Woot items.
Energy Kinetics SmartQuote lets authorized dealers create accurate and complete quotes for heating systems.
If you’ve got any news I’ve missed, please leave it in the comments below!