This is all the Titanium Mobile development news I’ve gathered from the Twittersphere and Interwebs for the past week.
Geoloqi and Appcelerator have announced a partnership. Looks like Geoloqi have some nice tools to make location stuff easier. VentureBeat also covered it.
Appcelerator wants to learn more about the apps you’ve created on Titanium. Fill in a form on their site to tell them!
Appclerator’s new Think Mobile blog keeps pumping out content with Fred Spencer giving advice on Making Your Mobile App Feel Responsive: The Waiting Game.
hdogan shared a gist of How to add TabGroup on SplitWindow Master View.
Need a dashboard-looking component for both Android and iPhone? pec195 shared a starting point.
Sam Weaver show us Getting started with Appcelerator in 10 Easy steps.
The SAP Community Network has an article on Consuming the Netweaver Gateway Service from Titanium Appcelerator.
gbaldera shared TiCaching – a Commonjs module for caching data objects in apps, useful for cache data returned from REST APIs
Ivan Škugor give us the gist of how to append section to rendered table view.
Anthony Decena is dropping some knowledge on Getting Started with Mobile Web over at the Appcelerator dev blog.
aarondfrancis shares his first piece of code with the world. A simple Titanium Sound Manager.
Last (but not least) Alessio Ricco shares his Titanium Best Practices slides from WHYMCA. Lots of good presentations coming out of that conference!
Transfer Window – The ultimate football fan app for transfer gossip has been sitting proudly at the top of the UK Sports charts for over a week now.
AlterEgo is a game where you are
your hardest opponent – in spanish for now.
Uin Formentera – The best travel guide of Formentera is made with Titanum.
This week, I am going to start mentioning new and updated modules that may be of interest. I must admit that I was skeptical of the Appcelerator marketplace when it was launched, but I use it all the time now!
Heard about ZooZ yet? Appcelerator developers with a Titanium module to collect payments.
If you’ve got any news, tips, or apps I’ve missed, please leave them in the comments below!