This is all the Titanium Mobile development news I’ve gathered from the Twittersphere and Interwebs for the past week.
The Appcelerator/IDC Mobile Developer Report for Q1 2012 was released last week and there are some interesting trends taking place, especially with interest in HTML5 and declining interest in Android.
Javier Rayón from Criteria Studio spoke to Learning Titanium about his DOMO app that allows you to communicate with hardware appliances in your home.
Mobile Gaming is going to be huge in the near future and you need to get in on the action now. Sharry shares his views on gaming with Titanium on the appcelerator Dev Blog.
Now you can get Console.Log Support in Titanium with this simple hack.
Image configurations for Titanium Apps – Here is a useful chart that highlights image sizes for App icons and Loading screens on both iOS and Android.
Jean Luc David’s blog had some useful posts last week. These two are particularly useful:
The ClearlyInnovative Blog posted an Appcelerator quickie that lets you use the where clause in the Parse API
warpedAR is an application which allows you to build an effective Augmented Reality Solution using the Titanium framework.
Larryville KU this app keeps you posted on what is happening in and around Lawrence, Kansas.
The Cortina d’Ampezzo Tourist Guide dedicated to the Queen of the Dolomites. Full tourist information when you download the app.
Capture images on your Android phone using the HTC Scribe Pen and Titanium
If you’ve got any news, tips, or apps I’ve missed, please leave them in the comments below!