HTTP requests for API in Titanium

If you want to create mobile applications, chances are you will be using some sort of API to get/send information. For example, creating a facebook, twitter or a flickr app. For that you'll probably need to send HTTP requests with some...

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Get current users location in Titanium

And here is how you can easily retrieve users location based on GPS coordinates and even find street address, where user currently is. In IOS or Android development it would take about 10 times more code to do same thing. // get current...

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Google Maps in Titanium

Here is how you can easily create a map view and add annotations to it using built in Titanium Google Maps API: //namespace Map = {}; //here we will store our map Map.view = null; //function to create a map Map.createView = function()...

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Simple Titanium Example

Here is a simple titanium example of creating, window, label, button and adding event to button: //namespace var main = {}; //create a window main.win = Ti.UI.createWindow({ backgroundColor:'#000' }); //create a view...

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Using PhoneGap

PhoneGap is platform, which allows you to create applications using HTML5 as a paltform. It means that you can use everything you know from webdevelopment. HTML, CSS, Javascript, all the frameworks like Jquery, etc. And it's really...

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Objective C basics

Objective-C language was new to me, and I found it's syntax a little more difficult to interpret than other programming languages like C++, JAVA, PHP, etc. So here are some basics of what is what, when developing IOS applications. So...

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Installing Cocos2d

When I started IOS development, I didn't know anything about Objective C, Cocoa API or MacOS itself. But as I read everywhere else, then first thing you need to do is to install Cocos2d framework, which helps a lot with IOS development. It...

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Installing Titanium

So what is Appcelerator Titanium, it's a platform for crossplatform application development (in our case mobile application). You can use javascript to develope applications for IOS, Android and even Blackberry. Titanium is not a webpage in...

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