This Week in Titanium Mobile Development: 20 Jan 2014

This is a roundup of all the Titanium Mobile development news I’ve gathered from the Twittersphere and Interwebs for the past week.


The Appcelerator developer’s blog posted info for Identifying and Resolving Issues with 3.2.0.

Find out what’s going on with Windows 8 support and the projected timeline for TiNext.


Kaizenmantra decsribes a native mobile app for Salesforce Communities – Part 3 (Mobile UI Design) I don’t know how I missed Part 1 and Part 2!

Ti-mocha – Tony Lukasavage’s Mocha testing support for Titanium.

NYC Titanium Users Group: Bringing MisterApp to Life with Titanium.

The Gotcha on this week questions the Case sensitivity difference in simulator and device. This is why I always use lowercase for all my paths and filenames in Ti!

lp.DeferTests: Titanium Alloy project code containing the test-cases (and ProcessManager example) as used in Ronald’s “Making the most of your single thread”-presentation.

Now you can use Dash for offline docs on the Titanium API under your cursor in Sublime Text and several others.

Modules and Widgets

gitTio now has a package manager so you can install Titanium Modules and Alloy Widgets.

TiShadow 2.4 is now available on NPM.

Photogrid: an Alloy Widget for showing photos in a thumbnail grid.

ShinobiCharts now supports Appcelerator – Try it out and let them know what you think!

Grunt-Titanium: is a Grunt plugin for the Appcelerator Titanium CLI, also available fron NPM.


Appcelerators Insights – Now you can get ACS Analytics on the go!

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Jeff Bonnes is the Founder of Geeks Inc. with 20 years experience in the IT industry. He has been developing data driven website since 1995 using technologies like C, Java, Grails, and NodeJS. He has worked in a wide range of industries including Local Government, Finance, Document management, and Online Communities. He discovered Appcelerator Titanium at version 0.8, and has not looked back. His passion is working with smart people to ship innovative solutions.