This is a roundup of all the Titanium Mobile development news I’ve gathered from the Twittersphere and Interwebs for the past week.
Silicon Angle had lots of coverage on Appcelerator:
– Appcelerator Enterprise Platform Launch Wrap-Up
– Open Source is a Mindset, says Appcelerator CEO
– Appcelerator’s Michael King On Mobile Business Opportunities
TiSprite: create simple sprite animations across both Android and iOS
Fokke Zandbergen: tests show ‘singletap’ is the event to listen to for many repetitive taps.
Jason Kotchoff enhanced Raul Riera’s XHR (a wrapper around Titanium’s HTTPClient) to obey HTTP ‘NOT MODIFIED’ headers.
Adam Renklint shared a small gist to separate Backbone’s View into a Controller and Presenter.
Adam Paxton: Adding Custom Android Action Bar and Holo Themes.
Learn how to build a custom front-end to ACS using Node.ACS.
Continuous Mobile Innovation: how to manage the entire mobile lifecycle [Appcelerator Whitepaper – registration required]
Modules and Widgets
Daniel Sefton releases his Slider Menu Widget v2 for Titanium Alloy with a new blog post.
I released the What Should I Wear? App for Android and iOS to the USA app stores.
Not new, but Mashable featured some Titanium built travel Apps on iOS.
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