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The Titanium Developer Conference Europe held in Valenica, Spain from February 23-24, 2013. ...

The Titanium Developer Conference Europe held in Valenica, Spain from February 23-24, 2013.

This is the keynote presentation by CEO of Appcelerator, Jeff Haynie.

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TiConf.eu -- Titanium Developer Conference in Europe, 2013 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. TiConf.euTitanium User Conference February 23th, 2013 Astoria Palace Valencia, Spain
  • 2. Jeff Haynie @jhayniegithub.com/jhaynie
  • 3. Three Fundamental Shifts
  • 4. Mobile is disrupting everything
  • 5. Mobile is disrupting everything
  • 6. Mobile is disrupting everything
  • 7. Apps dominate our time 120 min48 min Apps16 min 22 minMarch 2011 Mobile Web March 2012
  • 8. Mobile requires a fundamentally different approach
  • 9. Mobile requires a fundamentally different approach
  • 10. All development becomes mobile development
  • 11. All development becomes mobile developmentTouch Voice Motion Vision
  • 12. 72%Enterprise mobile projects will outnumber desktop projects in 2013
  • 13. $74.3B $73.0B
  • 14. iPad alone ships more thantop PC vendors 15.1M 15.4M 11.9M 13M 9.8M Acer Dell Lenovo HP iPad
  • 15. The problem with mobile today is: Enterprises are using evolutionary approaches in the midst of a revolutionhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/drumzo/5439241952/
  • 16. The good news: Innovation is a journey, not an event. It begins with a single success.
  • 17. Revolutionize your businessthrough continuous mobile innovation
  • 18. Developer FTW!450,000 400K!400,000350,000300,000250,000200,000150,000100,000 50,000 0 6/1/09 12/1/09 6/1/10 12/1/10 6/1/11 12/1/11 6/1/12 12/1/12
  • 19. 25+ Monthly Meetups worldwide3,000 members attending
  • 20. 30,000new appsbuilt with Titanium in 2012
  • 21. 115,000,00010% smartphones are using a Titanium powered app
  • 22. PRODUCT UPDATES
  • 23. Titanium 3.0 key capabilities• 50 features and 600 bug fixes• Alloy framework• “On-device” application debugging• Accessibility features• Install & update Modules Studio• Support for iOS 6 / Mountain Lion, Android 4.1
  • 24. Titanium 3.0 CLI• Completely new command line tools based on node.js• Extensible through plugins• Studio not required• Open Source• http://github.com/appcelerator/titanium
  • 25. Titanium 3.0.2 Service Pack• 10 features and 100 bug fixes• iPhone 5 Graphics Assets• iOS Localized Splash Screen• Android Search View Widget
  • 26. Titanium 3.1 release (Q2 2013)• Projected 50 features and 400 bug fixes• Alloy content assist and debugging• Application code analyzer• “Live Editing” Support• New ListView API• Better build and runtime performance• New SDK build system
  • 27. Other exciting stuff• Open Source 30+ modules http://github.com/appcelerator/titanium_modules http://github.com/appcelerator-modules• Many other open source projects: Alloy, StreamReduce, CLI, Code Processor, Aptana, CharTi – just to name a few
  • 28. Titanium Roadmap• Support for Blackberry 10• Support for Tizen• Support for Windows Phone/Tablet 8
  • 29. Notable Community Projects• Ti Package Manager (TPM) • http://github.com/tipm/tipm• TiShadow • http://github.com/dbankier/TiShadow• Foundry22 • http://www.foundry22.com
  • 30. Alloy MVCWhat is Alloy? Benefits• Open Source framework for • Simpler, easily readable code developing apps • Write less code• Separates UI/UX from logic • Reusable widgets• XML and style sheets • Allows simple re-branding with themes• Integrated in Studio • Lower probability of runtime errors
  • 31. Appcelerator Cloud ServicesCommunication Security Storage Identity Location Social MBaaS Proven, robust APIs reduce integration time and risk Up to 5 Million API calls per month FREE
  • 32. Node.ACS• Full development PaaS on our public cloud based on node.js• Leverages the same node.js development CUSTOM SERVICES environment/language as the client side app• Will serve as the foundation to connecting to the enterprise from the cloud
  • 33. What’s the difference between Commercial and Free and Open Source?
  • 34. APPCELERATOR PLATFORM APPS + CLOUD + LIFECYLCE DESIGNER DEVELOPER QA ENGINEER PRODUCT EXECUTIVE MANAGER Dashboard App Cloud Test Cloud Performance Cloud Analytics Cloud Cloud Foundation STREAM REDUCE DEVELOPMENT Real-time Processing PRODUCTION Build Test UsersDESIGNER DEVELOPER QA ENGINEER APP DEPLOY App Studio
  • 35. THANK YOU