It’s taken a while, but I am pleased to announce that the book I have been working on has now been released by Packt Publishing. It is available in print and ebook and is also available for pre order on Amazon, their release date is 10th November. The book explains how to create a
Appcelerator started to introduce an implementation of commonJS into their Titanium framework towards the end of 2012. With the release of Titanium version 2 this has now been fully implemented. This is a major step forward for what seems to be rapidly becoming the number 1 mobile development framework. What is CommonJS? CommonJS
Softly Wired are now an Appcelerator Training Partner, authorised to run the BNAPP Course. Building Native Mobile Applications Softly Wired are providing the only official BNAPP course in the UK at the moment, scheduled for 18th – 20th September in Sheffield. Introduction to Titanium If you are thinking
I am currently working on a new book with Boydlee Pollentine, for Packt Publishing. They have just announced the release date as October 2012, available for pre order from Packt themselves (ebook and print) here …. It is also available from Amazon for pre order Here …. We hope you enjoy it.
Appcelerator have just released version 2.1.0 of their Titanium Mobile development framework. This looks like a good and useful update to their framework and if your developing with Titanium It’s best to update now. For more info look at the Appcelerator blog post here….
After a rather successful initial workshop on Titanium Best Practices and commonJS it’s time to run a second date. It is scheduled for Tuesday 22nd May 2012 in Sheffield UK. Details can be found Here. You can book you place Here.
On Tuesday the 17th April I am running a one day workshop for Softly Wired Limited (OK my company) in Sheffield (UK). This is titled “Titanium Best Practices and Application Architecture” and is aimed at developers who wish to get up to speed on all the recent changes from Appcelerator on Best Practices and commonJS. It is
Last week Appcelerator provided a series of Web Casts showing some of the new features available in Titanium and the latest release of their Studio product and SDK. With seven days of the web casts and so much information coming out they recorded them and are now available here. I was fortunate to be able