This is all the Titanium Mobile development news I’ve gathered from the Twittersphere and Interwebs for the past week.
The SAP/Appcelerator Webinar on July 11 showed how to create SAP connected mobile enterprise apps with Titanium. You can listen to it now.
Appcelerator’s Jeff Haynie and Mike Goff spoke at MobileBeat on the 10th July
Appcelerator CTO & Founder Nolan Wright commented in a story on Wired: Objective C now the world’s 3rd most popular programming language.
How to get your app famous! 6 tips from a Mobile PR Pro.
Dawson Toth has shown off his Learning Titanium website – a very cool interactive way to learn Titanium online. He has also open sourced the code on github and is asking for suggestions. Sharry at Learning Titanium interviewed Dawson to find out what it is all about.
A quicky by CrewDesigns shows save website content with Appcelerator.
Boydlee updated his Rackspace CloudFiles module w/ a sample.
Anubavam.com’s take on the best 10 Appcelerator Titanium mobile modules for business.
Timoa gives us Cross Platform Save File functionality made easy – it explains how the function has evolved over different versions of the Titanium SDK as well.
Grant Shipley continues with his fourth installment of mobilize your Mongo DB – Part 4.
Javier Rayón started a blog with titanium tutorials in spanish.
This might be old news, but Emil Maran has been keeping track of Open Source titanium modules / projects. This is a great resource.
Appcelerator features GlobalSherpa: TransitSherpa, SherpaTix & ParkingSherpa Apps – All created with Appcelerator Titanium.
Labrum Design Co. has released Pilotpro – The ultimate pilot logbook to add to their pilot ‘must have’ apps.
Grouptime is a private social network available in Appstore. A mini version of Facebook – Made with Titanium of course – Android coming soon.
One FM created using Titanium for a Swiss radio station
Digital Guestbook is now available for the iPad. by Dawson Toth.
Visual Encyclopedia of Fruits is Jose Castello’s new App for iPad. Looks great.
TiWS – Titanium Native Web Sockets – is available on the marketplace.
Acktie.com offers a new QR Encoder module – available from their redesigned homepage.
This new Appcelerator module helps adjust the content size whenever the iOS keyboard appears. TiKeyboardListener, will be available to the Marketplace soon and it is open source.
Miroslav Magda shared his Google Auth (OAuth 2.0) for Titanium module on bitbicket.
If you’ve got any news, tips, or apps I’ve missed, please leave them in the comments below!