This is all the Titanium Mobile development news I’ve gathered from the Twittersphere and Interwebs for the past week. I’m a couple days late so it is a big one!
Version 1.7.3 of the Titanium Mobile SDK is out. Launch Titanium Studio to update.
Need a book on Titanium Mobile Development? Boydlee Pollentine’s comes out at XMas. You can preorder the Appcelerator Titanium Smartphone App Development Cookbook book here.
Learning Ti gives a good overview of the Forged UI Ti Studio plugin on his blog.
Aaron Saunders has been his usual buzy self. He has got an article on the Appcelerator developer blog on callbacks and events using the location API. Good programming practices here. He also had a cross post from his own blog on putting a toggle object on a TableViewRow. Finally, he shared some alpha code of a text field validator. Whew!
Tony Lukasavage continues his work on the Forging Titanium series with a cross platform ‘Form’ control. He should look up with Aaron on validation! It is also scarily similar to something I have built in the past.
It must be ‘Form’ week. Need masks for you text fields? Rafael Kellermann Streit has been sharing his maskfields in your textFields code on github.
Pineheads.tv continues its video tutorial series with Handling Remote Data with HTTPClient and XML RSS Part 2.
Dan Tamas has finished up his Seven days with Titanium series with a tutorial on orientation and the accelerometer.
Connor Denman give his first video overview on Appcelerator Titanium on his blog.
The View magazine has an article on Mobilizing Domino Using Appcelerator Titanium. [subscription required] As a former Domino guru, I’d love to see what they have to say!
PubNub has released a titanium module for its real time publish and subscribe communications service.
Want to roll your own realtime platform using Titanium and Node.js? Akihito has shared some code to get you started. I had been looking for something like this!
Raul Riera has shared a Overlay HUD module created to simplify how to display basic messages on the screen.
That is a lot of samples and tutorials!
Bid Again Now is a iPad app used in silent auctions.
Krautgaming is all the German gaming news you could want!
Browsing for Etsy is the unoffical app that lets you discover the wonderful world of handmade and vintage products from Etsy.com
TextExpander: Type faster on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch using short abbreviations that expand into long snippets.
Premix is a simple easy to use app which allows you to quickly determine the amount of oil you need mix with your fuel based on the desired fuel to oil ratio
If you’ve got any news, tips, or apps I’ve missed, please leave them in the comments below!