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Appcelerator Titanium - Hybrid App-Development

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    • 1. Titaniumfor „Mobile Portals & Mobile Business“ Marvin Hoffmann (B.Sc.) contact@marvin-hoffmann.de Hochschule der Medien Stuttgart
    • 2. Titaniumfor „Mobile Portals & Mobile Business“ Marvin Hoffmann (B.Sc.) contact@marvin-hoffmann.de Hochschule der Medien Stuttgart
    • 3. Who am I? • Marvin Hoffmann • Bachelor Medieninformatik at HdM • now Compter Science and Media Master • no App-Development yetcontact@marvin-hoffmann.de Stuttgart, 03.06.2011
    • 4. What about Titanium?contact@marvin-hoffmann.de Stuttgart, 03.06.2011
    • 5. Famous Customers?contact@marvin-hoffmann.de Stuttgart, 03.06.2011
    • 6. Now, what is Titanium? • Plattform for App-Development • turns JavaScript, HTML and CSS coded Applications into native ones • Titanium Developer • Titanium Desktop • Titanium Mobile !contact@marvin-hoffmann.de Stuttgart, 03.06.2011
    • 7. What‘s that Developer for? • What‘s it not for? Coding! • create new or import existing Projects • launch your App in Simulators • deploy the final App to Apple App Store or Android Marketplacecontact@marvin-hoffmann.de Stuttgart, 03.06.2011
    • 8. Gimme a glimpse! Creating a new Projectcontact@marvin-hoffmann.de Stuttgart, 03.06.2011
    • 9. Gimme a glimpse! Project Detailscontact@marvin-hoffmann.de Stuttgart, 03.06.2011
    • 10. Gimme a glimpse! Runing the Appcontact@marvin-hoffmann.de Stuttgart, 03.06.2011
    • 11. Gimme a glimpse! Distributing the Appcontact@marvin-hoffmann.de Stuttgart, 03.06.2011
    • 12. Titanium Desktop? • Yes, Titanium Desktop • allows cross-plattform Desktop Development for OSX, Windows and Linux • can use Ruby, Python or PHP aswell • code runs in a Webkit „web browser“ • native functionality (file system access, external processes, native UI Chrome, ...)contact@marvin-hoffmann.de Stuttgart, 03.06.2011
    • 13. Lets get Mobile! Titanium Mobilecontact@marvin-hoffmann.de Stuttgart, 03.06.2011
    • 14. Lets get Mobile! • supports iOS, Android and BlackBerry (beta) devices • realized by using cross-plattform JavaScript APIs • not using a Browser like Titanium Desktop • Apps run agains standalone JavaScript enginge which invokes native APIs ➡ native App, but using cross-plattform JavaScript and not non-portable Java or Objective-Ccontact@marvin-hoffmann.de Stuttgart, 03.06.2011
    • 15. What‘s the gain? • vs. real native Apps: Flexibility - choice is Yours! • UI can be designed in HTML plus CSS or by using the Titanium JavaScript APIs to native UI components • create one App for iOS and/or Android • vs. Web-Apps: You‘re fast and you‘re offline! • you can design an offline App without the necessity of learning Objective-C or Java • plus: your App is fast, because its native!contact@marvin-hoffmann.de Stuttgart, 03.06.2011
    • 16. Questions !? • Thank you all for your Attention • for further information on the topic contact me, or request the final paper from Dr. Klaus Schäfercontact@marvin-hoffmann.de Stuttgart, 03.06.2011
    • 17. Sources • Appcelerator Website (Products): http://www.appcelerator.com/products/ • „Getting Started with Titanium“ Guide: http://wiki.appcelerator.org/display/guides/Getting+Started+with+Titanium • Appcelerator github: https://github.com/appcelerator/contact@marvin-hoffmann.de Stuttgart, 03.06.2011

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