This is all the Titanium Mobile development news I’ve gathered from the Twittersphere and Interwebs for the past week(s). I’ve been away so am a little behind!
Jose from the Electric playground posted a Titanium Overview video.
Tim Anderson interviewed Appcelerator CEO Jeff Haynie to try and get his perspective on the EMEA expansion, WebKit and his views regarding Titanium and PhoneGap.
Aaron Saunders being as resourceful as ever posted a link to another quickie: Simple Location Information on Kindle Fire or Nook.
LearningTitanium.com created a new Twitter Account with access to new Q&A questions from the forums – updated every 15 minutes. Follow @AppC_QA
Appcodingeasy.com posted an article that shows you how to use raw accelerometer data in titanium. There’s a snippet of code and neat video to show you how it works.
Here is a nice article on Extending a titanium project with iOS module development – Implementing the Bit.ly API. Really good stuff if you are interested in module development.
Bill Dawson posted a way to get the NDK crash from your Android emulator after a crash. Great for debugging when things aren’t going right.
Matt Apperson shows us how to move the tabbar on android to the bottom.
Tony Lukasavage posted another video with the results of his first steps in building a pimped out table view in Titanium. I can’t wait for the finished product.
Lance Spellman updated hisTitanium Zipfile module over on Github.
A question about drop shadow effects on iOS came up on the Q & A Forum. Olivier Morandi came up with a quick module for it.
A 2D gaming API in case you want to create a couple simple games
Pinehead.tv has a nice video tutorial on getting & adding results to the Tableview in SQLite.
The legendary Dawson Toth shared Version 2.0 of TiAir 2.0 with examples, documentation, and way short initialization.
Arthur Evans (@DevDocDude) updated the Titanium API documentation on the Appcelerator site so you can now show/hide of inherited members & property accessors.
TweetMic allows you to record your tweets instead of typing them, now your followers can hear you!
Dubplate.fm is an audio streaming app that was recently approved.
Porsche uses a Titanium app to deliver immersive experience for their 911 models.
Wiki Dip makes it easy to discover random articles on Wikipedia and share them with friends.
SNMP Scan looks for SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) enabled devices on a network. Amazing that this was built with Titanium.
If you’ve got any news, tips, or apps I’ve missed, please leave them in the comments below!