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How do I add the Star Wars intro to my iOS and Android mobile...

Dear Geek,   I really want to try to add some 3D animations to my iOS and Android mobile app built with Titanium SDK. Specifically, I...
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How to allow users to take a screenshot with Titanium Mobile SDK

Dear Geek, I want to allow users to take a screenshot of my app when submitting a troubleshooting ticket. My app is built using Titanium...
zero to app

From zero to app!

From zero to app is a series of basic tutorials for Axway Appcelerator to create your first mobile app for Android and iOS using...

Hyperloop and Android: Using Third Party Android Libraries

Guest poster, Michael Gangolf, has been using Titanium since 2010, been a Titan since 2017 and Android lover since the beginning. You can follow...

Creating Cross-Platform Alloy Tags

Creating Cross-Platform Alloy Tags One of the great features of Alloy is the ability to customise and write Alloy tags. I use this feature a...

Create a Custom Android Actionbar in Titanium with Icons and Optional Badges

Ray Belisle is an Appcelerator Titan, Appcelerator Trainer and Developer from Calgary, Canada with 6+ years using Appcelerator. He has been developing and sharing...

Titanium 101: Building Native Apps with JavaScript

Note: This post was originally published on Medium. Rene Pot is an Appcelerator Titan, long time member of the Titanium community, and runs the...

Android Fingerprint Authentication Using Titanium

This guest post was authored by Adam Armstrong. Adam has been using Titanium since 2010 and is an Appcelerator Titan. He is the Manager...

Optimising Titanium App File Sizes

In this post, Jason Kneen describes some simple techniques that can be used to reduce Titanium application file size.

The Body Shop’s Fresh Take on Lasting Customer Relationships

Everywhere they turn, today’s shoppers are bombarded with offers from retailers competing for their attention. For a brand, cutting through all that noise has...

How to detect and run code specific to Genymotion Emulators

When you are running test you might need to differentiate for specific environments. For example, if you haven't patched your Genymotion emulators to include...

Google Security Alert: Unsafe implementation of the interface X509TrustManager

UPDATE 3/9: Read our latest update on this issue. If you have a Titanium Android app in Google Play, you might receive an email from...

Understanding the Android Material Theme

In Titanium SDK 3.3.0, Appcelerator started using the Android AppCompat library. This native library provided background compatibility for the ActionBar, resulting in a more...

How to Use Density Specific Images

Mobile phones and tablets come in all shapes and sizes. This week we'll look at how to prepare your app with images that match...
Android Actionbar

Hiding the Android ActionBar

With the introduction of the AppCompat library in SDK 3.3.0, the Android ActionBar is displayed by default. However, there are times when your app's...

Android Push Notification: Deprecating MQTT in favor of GCM

We are pleased to announce the support for Google Cloud Messaging (GCM) for Android. We are also announcing the deprecation of current MQTT push...

Quick Tip: Increase the storage size of your Android Emulator

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Upgrading Android Modules to 1.8.0.1

As part of the release of Titanium Mobile SDK 1.8, a number of changes were made to our Android platform APIs in order to...

Integrating an external library in an Android module

In my previous blog post, I talked about the Module Development Guide reference modules available for iOS and Android and how you can use...

Module Development Guide Reference Module for iOS and Android

Last month at the CODESTRONG conference, we announced the availability of the iOS version of the Module Development Guide reference module. We are happy...

Sharing Project Assets with Android Intents

As discussed in prior posts on the Developer Blog (here and here), Intents are one of the most powerful features of Android. They allow...

Versioning Your Android App

Editor’s note: This blog post is a basic tutorial. The most up-to-date version is available in the wiki. To change the version of the app...

Versioning Your Android App

Editor’s note: This blog post is a basic tutorial. The most up-to-date version is available in the wiki. To change the version of the app...

How to resize the Android Emulator

Editor’s note: This blog post is a basic tutorial. The most up-to-date version is available in the wiki. In this tutorial we'll cover a couple...

Installing Android apps to the SD card

Editor's note: This blog post is a basic tutorial, a more update version of this tutorial is always available on the wiki. Your Android apps...

Launching Activities and Using Content URIs in Android

Titanium Mobile 1.5.0, released in December 2010, brought with it several enhancements which extended the possibilities for your Titanium Android application to interact with...

Developing Native Android Apps with Titanium

In today's Titanium Week webinar, we took a look at features new and old for developing native Android applications using Titanium. Hacker Extraordinaire Marshall...

Onward to 1.5 and Android awesomeness

Since 1.4, we've been hard at work on the next release of Titanium, 1.5, scheduled in September. In 1.5, Android is become the golden...

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