This Week in Titanium Mobile Development: 30 Apr 2012
This is all the Titanium Mobile development news I’ve gathered from the Twittersphere and Interwebs for the past week.
Fabian Martinez & Kosuke Isobe made DevCenter Blog Post Featured Developers for this month for their efforts on FaceTouch and TiPlatformConnect.
Jeff Haynie accepted the Thomas Edison award for innovation in NYC last week to mark the Appcelerator Titanium achievements so far.
Burr Sutter details his experience with Appcelerator Cloud Services and Getting Started with Titanium 2.0
@ImageMagick posted how to build all the different sizes of your titanium icons and default screens quickly.
TiLibrary contains nodejs scripts and other libraries ported to titanium. More to come in the next few weeks.
Ben Coding shows us how to add UIRequiredDeviceCapabilities to your Titanium Project.
Clearly Innovative Thoughts – Titanium Appcelerator Quickie: Adding Events to Appcelerator Cloud Services and Aaron Saunders coded simple Drop box functionality from scratch to add it to your apps. It only does file uploads for now.
tsm is a Titanium SDK Manager to manage current and previous versions of the Titanium SDK.
Dawson Toth: Google Cloud Print from inside appcelerator titanium for both iOS and Android, local and remote PDFs.
Russ Frank details How to Not Use Titanium Studio and covers various aspects of using command line tools for your Ti builds.
Alper Dinçer posed a video fo Developing GIS Apps with Appcelerator and ESRI JS API.
Gary from Georgewebdesign.co.uk shares his thoughts and tips on Converting to CommonJS.
Tony Lukasavage posted an image of a basic android actionbar in Titanium. It’s got a long way to go, but it’s looking good so far.
DeluxeFX was just released by iphoneography. A good example of using filters in Ti.
Stb CRM Mobile was approved after a week. It a mobile CRM solution for people on the go.
Tired of missing MMA fights? Never miss another one! The free Titanium-built iMMA fight fan is live.
Appcelerator Android app Daily Streams is up for sale at the Amazon AppStore if you are looking for daily inspiration.
Learn about the different varieties of cheeses from Spain in this iPad catalog called the Vega Mancha Spanish Cheese Specialist. Great design.
If you’ve got any news, tips, or apps I’ve missed, please leave them in the comments below!