This is all the Titanium Mobile development news I’ve gathered from the Twittersphere and Interwebs for the past week.
Appcelerator Acquires Nodeable to provide next generation real-time data insights for businesses and developers alike.
DevCenter Blog Posts:
- Titantium Developers get FREE entry to BB Jam Asia and become Eligible for a free Black Berry 10 Alpha device.
- The new Titanium SDK/Studio 3.0.0 Beta is now available. The post highlights important changes that have been implemented.
- Appcelerator posted a White Paper covering the 6 Layers of Mobile Enterprise Security. They cover important aspects of securing mobile applications for businesses.
Part one of Getting To Know Alloy has been posted on the Developer Center by Kevin Whinnery.
Learn more about AT&T’s new Titanium Module and register for the Webcast happening later this week.
Stephen Feather resolved the Open PDF with Intents problem for Android.
Javier Rayon shared his slides on the Titanium 3 ecosystem where he covers the various modules, Alloy and Titanium itself.
More stuff you might have missed over at the conference is now available in the CodeStrong newsletter along with a videos from the event.
David Bankier blogged about using Jade with Alloy
TiSchool is still a huge work-in-progress, but it’s Appcelerator’s high school curriculum to teach Titanium at High school level.
Boydlee did some playing around with a Sphero robot and Appcelerator Titanium to show you how to integrate the Sphero iOS Module.
Modules and Widgets
Christian Sullivan previews his PSD to Titanium Appcelerator UI. This is very exciting!
Matt Apperson covers the details on the first release of Carbon – A new framework for Titanium.
Fokke Zandbergen created another widget for Alloy for implementation of the “pull to refresh” headerPullView.
Here’s a Political app to helped track the election – Presidential Election Race 2012.
Craig Doumouras from Launceston, Tasmania released a game called Manic Memory.
Miniature Movie allows you to create mini movies using time lapsed photography. You can even share them on the Facebook once you are done.
If you’ve got any news, tips, or apps I’ve missed, please leave them in the comments below!