This is all the Titanium Mobile development news I’ve gathered from the Twittersphere and Interwebs for the past week.
Appcelerator and Teens in Tech Labs Team Up for 2nd Annual Teens in Tech Incubator – A great innitiative for getting the younger generations into coding from an early age.
DevCenter Blog Post: New ACS Features & Performance Updates.
Titanium is now offering its Training curriculum open source! A great way to get started for self-learners.
Tony Lukasavage interviews Julian Buss from YouAtNotes to discuss their Apps that integrate with Lotus Domino. I was a Domino gun back in the day so this is near and dear to my heart.
Pinehead.tv has published a good recap of all their training videos with code: Appcelerator Development Guide & Open Source Code.
ParallaxTi is a parallax effect for Appcelerator Titanium. Very cool.
A useful tip on how to handle warnings with Modules not loading correctly in Titanium Appcelerator. This one caught me out often when I was starting out.
Here’s an example for using Sublime Text 2 and MakeTi with Titanium Mobile.
Learn how to implement a Single event listener for multiple controls on a view.
Appcelerator goes Back-to-School with a quite a few new Apps for Students to help with schoolwork and learning.
Appcelerator’s integration partner WDDonline Makes Parks Mobile with MyPark. #thinkmobile
The Choose Chicago app was built with titanium appcelerator, and its a great example of a travel app.
Logic Solutions Develops digiCOACH Digital Edge Learning’s iPad App for Coaching Teachers. Get the details in their Press Release
For another travel based app check out Panama City Beach Insider on Google Play.
Jason Kneen has been buzy:
– TiPrefs is a quick way to built a preference page for your app. It supports Switch, TextInput and multi-select and will work with existing tabGroup or creates it’s own navgroup.
– TiTable is a quick way to generate a tableview from a JSON feed without having to do all the leg work
If you’ve got any news, tips, or apps I’ve missed, please leave them in the comments below!