This is all the Titanium Mobile development news I’ve gathered from the Twittersphere and Interwebs for the past week.
The coding chick – Frances Advincula – has some insight on the benefits of Titanium for students and beginners.
This is a neat little tool to convert a Webkit-gradient to a Titanium Mobile Gradient.
David Bankier was inspired by Adobe Shadow to create TiShadow for titanium using node.js and socketIO to create code snippets in a browser and render the code across all iOS and Android devices. You can view how it works in this demo video. He then gave a full post on Forging Titanium Episode 23: TiShadow.
The Titanium Ninja Olivier Morandi details how profiling Titanium Apps is possible. Unfortunately, it is only for iOS for the time being, but so, so awesome. I hope to see in this in Titanium core sometime.
Christian Sullivan shared Fuse – Globally Available Objects, Namespaces and Node.js Style EventEmitters for Titanium Mobile. Currently only for iOS.
QuickTiGame2d – A 2D Gaming Module for appcelerator titanium now supports tiled map. The New video by @infosia shows you how it works.
The Appcelerator Dev blog highlights a few compatibility issues using Xcode 4.3 with Titanium, and details 2 possible solutions for you.
Facetouch is a fun app that lets you add hats, wigs and other accessories to all your images shared on your favourite social media platforms.
Avoid worrying about what to eat with the Spinning Meals app. You plan out your meals for the entire week and get a grocery list to make sure you have everything.
Now you can learn Aikido techniques from your phone when you download it from the iStore.
Now you can solve Draw Something Drawings instantly with the Draw Something Helper.
If you’ve got any news, tips, or apps I’ve missed, please leave them in the comments below!