This is all the Titanium Mobile development news I’ve gathered from the Twittersphere and Interwebs for the past week.
Appcelerator was mentioned in an interesting Mashable article if you are looking for their view on mobile app development and where it’s heading.
Aaron Saunders provided a neat Titanium quickie to help you create a transition effect for your splash screen / home page in an iPhone app.
This node.js based command line interface driver for non-Studio users and usable interface for continuous integration.
Brice Lechâtellier shared his experience on Augmented Reality Markers with Appcelerator Titanium based on work done by Atsushi Kataoka. Cool stuff.
Get the Titanium UIStepper Module from BenCoding.com for accessibility to UIStepper – a new pre-built control in iOS 5 for incrementing or decrementing a value.
Kevin Whinnery continues Newbie Tuesday with Hybrid App Basic Part 1 on the Appcelerator blog.
Building the Community App on the Appcelerator blog gives some useful insight into the Appcelerator developer community and app building best practices.
With CD collection you can easily manage your own CDs.
London 2012 Games is very simple and easy to use app for those looking for information on upcoming 2012 Olympic Games.
The JoHo app brings the most relevant information and services of St. Joseph’s Hospital on your iPhone. The original article is in German but if you use Chrome it should offer to translate it for you.
GigBoss is a app for musicians to help store set information about their songs, lyrics, and even midi controller settings for specific instruments.
If you’ve got any news, tips, or apps I’ve missed, please leave them in the comments below!