Running Android Mobile Apps on an emulator is a horrible experience for mobile app developers. However, there are some solutions available that can definitely make this process more pleasant. Genymotion is definitely one of the best Android emulator out there in the market and so far one of the fastest and closest to the speed of an actual device.
Mobile app development in Mexico is nothing new as discussed in this past post. There is a lot of talent and opportunities to take advantage, especially in the city of Guadalajara, which by the way, is considered to be the silicon valley of Mexico. With such great talent and a growing sector in the country, it’s natural that there is a need to find out and learn about the newest tools in the market.
In spite of the many tutorials available on the web, I have found that many mobile app developers find it difficult to create a native iOS module for Appcelerator Titanium. So, I've decided to write this brief article to help you create an iOS module in only 10 minutes that you can include in any Titanium Alloy project.
Since the Alloy plug-in release, Titanium development has been extremely simple and fast, in this tutorial I will show you how to implement a localdatabase with backbone models in 5 simple steps.
In order to extend the functionality of the platform, required interactions with native modules are referred directly to the Android platform (Java).
This past Friday was the first tiConf in the US, which took place in Baltimore. This conference brought together not only the best domestic but also international representation of the most talented Titanium Mobile Developers. It was two days of amazing talks, workshops and even a party with great speakers, including Jeff Haynie, CEO of Appcelerator and Boydlee Pollentine, software developer expert in Titanium and founder of tiConf. iTexico as a sponsor and expert in Appcelerator Titanium was proud to be there with our peers in Baltimore, USA.
For the past few decades, Outsourcing has become a key element for businesses in the US and all over the world. Companies have been outsourcing to several locations since the second part of the 20th century, always looking for the right outsourcing experience that matches their business goals.
The Technology Institute of Piedras Negras (ITPN), in the state of Coahuila Mexico, hosted the 4th Congress of IT and Computer Science from April 16th – 18th. During the event, many speakers presented topics regarding innovation, technology and entrepreneurship. There were as well as several workshops taking place for those students that wanted to get hands-on experience with the latest technology in design and development.
It’s now clear that mobile is the path consumer markets are leaning towards to utilizing mobile apps as their preferred way to conduct e-commerce. According to a study by Gartner, 70% of customer interactions will originate from a mobile device by 2015. More and more organizations are realizing that mobile can significantly impact their core business operations and are transitioning to a mobile-based strategy. Therefore, we partnered with Propelics to deliver our most recent webinar: "HTML5 vs Native Apps: Demystifying The Decision Making Process"
You have a great idea to create the most awesome app in the world. You are excited and ready to start creating it. Well, before you go any further, there’s a few things you must consider and it doesn’t matter if you are a big company or just an adventurer of mobile development.
Hello there! As you may or may not know, Appcelerator’s Titanium, a cross-platform mobile development tool, has a shiny new framework called Alloy. Alloy works with an MVC pattern (Models, Views and Controllers) and allows you to effectively manage your code, assets and resources within a project. Since Alloy is fairly new, developers are still getting around how to perform some simple tasks using this great new tool.
Appcelerator’s Titanium mobile development platform has come a long way since its introduction in late 2008. With every new release, we have seen a lot of growth in the community all around the world as well as the tremendous products people have built using Appcelerator’s open source technology.
As you may already know, Wordpress is one of the most popular platforms for easily creating and managing a blog. More recently, though, it has become more common to use this tool to create other type of websites such as corporate sites, e-commerce or product showcase, which are not necessarily related to blogging. Since Wordpress is increasingly becoming a common occurrence in the web scene, it might be a good idea to know exactly how to extract information from Wordpress to your mobile application using Titanium.
I have been developing native iOS applications since 2007, back when the first App Store was introduced, and have only been involved in writing native code (Objective C) mixed with some C/C++ (for usage with libraries and frameworks).