This is all the Titanium Mobile development news I’ve gathered from the Twittersphere and Interwebs for the past week.
Mobile Dev Challenge Winners Announced!! Check out who won what for showing off their developer skills.
Catch this great interview with Reymundo López and get some insights on what it’s like to be a Mobile Developer.
Anthony Decena blogged about using ACS to help with user tracking and data persistence across devices.
A Granny’s Addressbook example demonstrates how Titanium, JQuery, nodeJs, MongoDB & CloudFoundary can work together.
Tim Poulsen posted a Holo theme and ActionBar menu on Android using Ti 3.0 CI. You can get the source code <ahref=”https://gist.github.com/3880804″>on github.
The Deep Japan App hit the Spotlight with a Tour through Toyama Japan using Anime.
Here’s a Ti gaming sneak peak – a video of multiplayer working in Platino by lanicaco.
PopSpotter is a great app that helps tourists find places near them that have been filmed or referenced in movies, tv, and music.
ThinkMobile features Urimalo in the App Spotlight – a location-based social app for Koreans.
Rafael Kellermann Streit created the TiEventKit module for Titanium that helps implement the iOS Event Kit framework.
Ben Bahrenburg upgraded his Titanium MapView Module to include ImageOverlays, TileOverlays, GeoJSON and a smaller memory footprint. Glad I could help on this one.
Nyvra’s TiSocial module is used to implement a Social framework in iOS 6+
The Google Cloud Messaging module for Android will be the new replacement for C2DM.
PDFTouch SDK for Appcelerator is a powerful PDF rendering framework for developers.
David Bankier posted a module that lets you change the “ON” tint colour using TintSwitch.
If you’ve got any news, tips, or apps I’ve missed, please leave them in the comments below!