Editorial Reviews. From the Back Cover. Build robust, native apps without learning Objective-C Building Cross-Platform Apps using Titanium, Alloy, and Appcelerator Cloud Services Somewhat disappointed with the quality of the ebook. Description: Creating Mobile Apps with Appcelerator Titanium teaches developers how to build new apps and recreate previously released. You can download the Building Mobile Applications with Titanium ebook as an epub or mobi file for reading on your favorite e-reader.
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Creating Mobile Apps with Appcelerator Titanium teaches developers how to build new apps and recreate previously released apps using Titanium. The book provides several examples of how to create apps and games, and how to embed those apps into popular social networks. In recent years, the team has also created a series of custom Titanium modules.
The book walks readers through the building process of a photo-sharing app using Titanium, starting with the basics and digging into more complex capabilities later on. The book also includes tips for app deployment. Jason Kneen is a longtime leader in the Titan community and an Appcelerator developer evangelist.
The App Development Cookbook serves as the second edition to one of the most popular Titanium books ever, which was originally written by fellow Titan Boydlee Pollentine in Ben Bahrenburg is the director of mobile strategy for IAS Global Technology , specializing in cross-platform enterprise solutions.
Appcelerator Titanium Business Application Development Cookbook is geared towards those interested in building enterprise-level apps. The text gives advice on everything from building a unique user experience and securing the app to nitty gritty development tips and tricks.
Appcelerator Titanium: Up and Running: John Anderson is a longtime Titanium user and Senior Mobile Developer at Propelics , which develops mobile strategies and apps for enterprise customers nationwide.
John has been working in IT for his entire professional career. When the iPhone was released in , he made the move to mobile development. Up and Running is a fast-paced guide to get readers up to speed on all things Titanium.
This book features numerous examples to help readers better understand how to build complex data-bound apps. Let us know in the comments.
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