This is all the Titanium Mobile development news I’ve gathered from the Twittersphere and Interwebs for the past week.
Socialize asked if people wanted a Titanium Module – and were overwhelmed with the response. Follow the link to get updates on the new Socialize titanium module!
It’s Titanium Week! Daily webcasts about every aspect of Titanium development.
Aaron Saunders was kind enough to put this example code together: using Cocoafish + Appcelerator iOS Module to login or create an account with Twitter and this Titanium Appcelerator Quickie: StackMob API Module Part Four gives you access to the StackMob API Module for Facebook Integration
Pratik posted a video on a tool he has created for Rapid development with Titanium Studio and TiREPL – this is awesome stuff!
Tony Lukasavage shared a YouTube video of a cross platform Path menu for Appcelerator Titanium. UI Goodness!
Ivan Škugor has posted a long article about the entire framework in his Zenborgium blog. A great intro for beginners.
Philippe Elsass created this amusing post on his blog, detailing his revisit to “the good, the bad and the ugly” with regards to Titanium. A good read about someone returning to Titanium after being away from it for a while.
David Bankier shared a cool video on iPad to OS X drawing using Titanium Mobile and Titanium Desktop over WiFi. Cool stuff
Tim Poulson (Skypanter) shared a cross platform tabbedbar on github.com. Nice to see as had to implement my own a couple weeks ago – this would have saved me some time.
Appcodingeasy.com has started blogging a whole bunch of Titanium stuff:
- – Storing data in Titanium
- – Handling pictures from galleries and cameras
- – Creating a customised progress bar
Josh Miller shared a code snippet on how to insert an array into a SQLite DB. Good to see new people blogging about Titanium!
Codecookie.net shared their experiences with Titanium Drag Problems and ultimate resolution. It’s useful to see how others have worked their way around some of their problems they encountered.
Building Titanium from source? Bill Dawson tells you how to speed things up.
Matt Apperson (who just left Appcelerator) shared a make file for building your titanium mobile applications from the command line.
Dan Giulvezan released MediaDrop – a way to send photos, videos and audio notes directly to dropbox.
Boydlee Pollentine did a little Jam & Preserves Cookbook that mirrored a WP7 project he did.
If you’ve got any news, tips, or apps I’ve missed, please leave them in the comments below!