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Mobilize Enterprise Applications using Titanium Mobilize Enterprise Applications using Titanium Presentation Transcript

  • MOBILIZE ENTERPRISE APPLICATION USING TITANIUM
  • Topics  Preferred Architecture to Mobilize Enterprise Applications  Basics of Titanium Alloy ?  Proof of Concept – Mobilize SAP
  • Stacks Mobile Apps. Native ? Hybrid ? Data Security SSL ? VPN ? VPN + SSL ? Analytics Mobile Device Management BYOD ?
  • Typical Architecture
  • Use case Problem : Business decisions were pending with Senior executives who were travelling. Solution: Provide a simple solution to bring enterprise data on mobile device.
  • App in Work http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UQazkSyp09Q
  • Titanium Alloy Basics Alloy utilizes the model-view-controller (MVC) paradigm, which separates the application into three different components: Models provide the business logic, containing the rules, data and state of the application. Views provide the GUI components to the user, either presenting data or allowing the user to interact with the model data. Controllers provide the glue between the model and view components in the form of application logic.
  • Titanium Alloy Basics Models are defined using a Javascript file. Alloy views are built from Titanium UI components. Views are defined using XML markup and style them using Alloy Titanium Style Sheets (.tss), which abstracts the creation of these components without using Titanium API calls. Alloy controllers generally have a one-to-one relationship with Alloy views. The controller has access to all of the view components.
  • Titanium Alloy Basics Titanium SDK Component Alloy Component Titanium.UI.createButton(); <!-- Creates a button --> <Button /> Titanium.UI.createButton( { text: "Foobar", top: 0, width: Ti.UI.SIZE }); <Button title="Foobar" top="0“ width="Ti.UI.SIZE"/> var button = Titanium.UI.createButton(); button.setTitle('Push Me!'); // Need to give the object an ID, for example, <Button id="button" /> $.button.setTitle('Push Me!'); var button = Titanium.UI.createButton(); button.addEventListener('click', doClick); <!-- doClick needs to be declared in the associated controller --> <Button onClick="doClick"/> TSS "Button":{ title: "Foobar", top: 0, width: Ti.UI.SIZE }
  • Proof of Concept