Recently I became a Titanium Certified Application Developer (TCAD) and I was thinking on giving some insights on the exam for those who want to take it.
What is all about?
I intend this to be a set of seven tutorials to help beginners understand how to work with the Titanium mobile framework.
The guys at Appcelerator did a great job with the framework allowing to us, the web developers, to have access on native applications for mobile devices ( Apple iDevices, Android and soon BlackBerry).
The framework reached the 1.4 version and each day more developers seem to be interested in using it – especially because it’s free. The community is great and you’ll find answers on almost any problem you might have. But for the beginners is still a little difficult to start. From here surged the idea of this set of tutorials in which I will try to cover the basics of the development process for iPhone and Android.
Tweet Today’s website: appcelerator.com Why? Because of the great product they offer for free: Titanium Developer. Titanium is a tool that allows to webdevelopers to build native iPhone and Android apps without needing to learn cocoa or java. It will compile your project and even help you release it. They have a great section with [...]