This Week in Titanium Mobile Development: 12 Sep 2011
This is all the Titanium Mobile development news I’ve gathered from the Twittersphere and Interwebs for the past week. A buzy week leading up to CodeStrong!
Lots of great postings on the Titanium Developers blog:
- Awesome improvements coming to Android by switching to the V8 engine: Platform Engineering: Android Runtime Performance
- Gaming comes to Titanium, Introducing the Box2D module. ‘Nuff Said!
- Matt Apperson gives a good introduction on explaining Titanium Mobile for web developers.
The Taking Notes podcast has an Interview with Appcelerator CEO Jeff Haynie.
The Learning Titanium has an interview with developer Raul Riera.
Another comparison of different frameworks: Appcelerator vs (Phonegap + (JQuery Mobile vs Sencha))
Kevin Whinnery continues his Forging Titanium series teaching us how to use a new Saas ‘Parse’ as a simple back end for mobile apps.
Aaron Saunders shares some more code with another Titanium Appcelerator Quickie: Publish Facebook Checkin w/Graph API
Pinehead.tv continues it’s video coverage of Titanium with Making Buttons And Adding Events
dawsontoth has been keeping very buzy over on github:
- Creating an image view using Google’s QR Code generator
- A Lazy loaded database table
- A Color Picker
- Saving to the gallery with Android
- ABC’s Writer app – supports iPhone, iPad and Android
Goran Skledar has shared a Titanium Calendar module for iOS.
Titanium Placement Helper – A set of scripts designed to help with placing objects in Titanium
Titanium Ninja gives some great advice on Tracing objective-c message calls when doing iOS native module development.
John Kalberer gives his take on a Structured MVC for Appcelerator at his blog.
I give code and ideas for a quick console replacement for debugging iPad performance and memory usage.
A first look at bARK – an augmented reality sample app built in Titanium.
Creative Challenges by Raul Riera – an app that help you increase your creativity mindset.
Heading to Budapest? Check out Eurama Budapest Sightseeing.
Museum a GoGo NYC. The Go-To App for Discovering Museums in NYC.
If you’ve got any news, tips, or apps I’ve missed, please leave them in the comments below!