Appcelerator Titanium
From Titanium to Native Android: Making the Switch

From Titanium to Native Android: Making the Switch

A Little About the Developer Having been working with the Titanium mobile application framework for the better part of the last year, I have developed an appreciation for what it does and what it tries to do. Creating a true cross-platform framework that tries to do...

Profiling Titanium: Getting a picture of the Kroll toll

Profiling Titanium: Getting a picture of the Kroll toll

As cross-platform developers, we all know that maintaining speed in a complex codebase is of paramount importance. When you’re adding layers of abstraction to your code in hopes of being able to share large portions of it across disparate platforms, the little steps...

Appcelerator Titanium iOS Debugging with XCode

Earlier this week, I was debugging and I was reminded of the sheer power of the XCode developer tools, even in the context of a not-quite-native application like a titanium application. The Problem Andrew was working on an application that will load in a large number...

Rapid Titanium WebView debugging with Chrome Developer Tools

Rapid Titanium WebView debugging with Chrome Developer Tools

  Any Web Developer worth their salt is already familiar with the awesome Chrome Developer Tools package that ships with Google's Chrome Browser.  What you might not know is that Android 4.4 introduced a powerful new native debugging tool...

68% of F100 Companies are Using Titanium (tiConf 2014)

68% of F100 Companies are Using Titanium (tiConf 2014)

This weekend the team at Shockoe had the opportunity to visit and speak at tiConf 2014 Manhattan.  The guys from  Tipsy & Tumbler found an amazing venue in Midtown, blocks away from Penn Station and Madison Square Garden.  Jeff Haynie opened up the conference on...

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