The Idea I had previously worked on Ti-Browser, a way to create Native UI Demos using just XML. It worked great. So great, in fact, that I realized that it’s hard to tell the difference between a High Fidelity UI demo and a real app. Problem was, to make highly interactive “Apps”, you had to […]


In this guest blog, John Anderson will introduce Ti-Browser; a new way for rapid prototyping apps that uses Titanium but doesn’t require the developer to have it installed, let alone Xcode and other dependencies. The Spark Ti-Browser started in my head over a year ago. I wanted to have something that would be as easy […]