GA Release of Titanium SDK 10.1.0

Today, we published the General Availability version of the Axway Titanium SDK. The release is a minor release, with high priority bug fixes and several new features. For a more detailed overview, known issues and closed tickets, see the release notes:

Notable Items

  • iOS Platform
    • Support iOS 15
    • Fixes for iOS compatibility
    • Support for specifying SFSymbol weight and size
    • Added “scalingMode” property to ImageView
  • Android Platform
    • Android 12 support
    • Added “scalingMode” property to ImageView
    • Added edit multi/single-selection support to ListView/TableView
    • Added icon-only splash screen on Android. (Remove default.png/background.png to see it)
    • Android builds now require at least JDK 11

Please refer to the release note for more details.

Update Titanium SDK

To update the Titanium SDK from the command line:

[appc] ti sdk install latest

Thank You Community!

We’d like to thank the following community members who contributed to these releases as well as those who have tested RC versions.

  • Hans Knöchel
    • TIMOB-28525 – Allow apps with non-arm64 modules to be built on Apple Silicon
    • TIMOB-28524 – Expose “sectionHeaderTopPadding” for layout backwards compatibility
    • TIMOB-28391 – Allow string-based “verticalAlign” in Ti.UI.Label
    • TIMOB-28405 – Specify additional parameters to SFSymbol system image
    • TIMOB-28530 – Add heat-map support to “ti.map” module
    • TIMOB-28488 – Modal navigation window jumps navigation bar
    • Remove some setters in example code blocks
  • Michael Gangolf
    • TIMOB-28515 – Floating bottom navigation
    • TIMOB-28529 – Update “ti.map” module to support “camera” property and animateCamera()

Report Bugs

If you run into any issues that seem related to the updates, please report them on JIRA.

First, check if it’s a known issue you can watch. If you can’t find an existing ticket, then create one in the Appcelerator Community (AC) project and add as much relevant information as you can, including the release version you are using.

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