NYC Titanium User's Group - Kickoff Meeting

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NYC Titanium User's Group - Kickoff Meeting

  1. 1. NYC Titanium User’s Group Kickoff Meeting John Oliva February 19th, 2013NYC Titanium User’s Group 1
  2. 2. TOPICSWho are we?Meeting formatThemes & topics for future meetingsOverview of Appcelerator technologies,services and communityOpen discussion NYC Titanium User’s Group 2
  3. 3. WHO ARE WE? Experience with Titanium* High Low 22% 40% Medium 38%* Estimated based on 60 people reporting NYC Titanium User’s Group 3
  4. 4. WHO ARE WE? Platform Interests* 100% 80% 60% 95% 82% 40% 20% 21% 18% iOS 16% 0% Android Win Phone 8 BlackBerry 10 Mobile Web* Based on 61 people reporting NYC Titanium User’s Group 4
  5. 5. Technology & Design WHO ARE WE? Capabilities of Titanium Learn Alloy What do we want from the group?* Compare with alternative cross- platform technologies Best practices & design patterns Compare UX strategies See examples of apps developed & Networking & Advise in app stores Meet and network with other Build games Titanium developers Help evaluating whether to adopt Job opportunities Get a sense of usage in NYC Get inspired Collaboration Work with other digital media developers Help with problems (e.g. memory issues) Participate in hackathons & projects* Based on those reporting with other members NYC Titanium User’s Group 5
  6. 6. General Meeting FormatSocializeWelcome & Introduction to PresentationOrganizer Announcements Interesting news from the world of Appcelerator & related Upcoming meetings and eventsLightning talks, announcements, call for assistance,etc.Presentation and questionsAdjourn to nearby bar to continue socializing NYC Titanium User’s Group 6
  7. 7. Themes & Topics for Future Meetings (some ideas to stimulate discussion)Appcelerator Overview of Titanium and all of the related services, products Comparison with alternative cross-platform technologies (PhoneGap, Sencha Touch, etc.) What’s new from CodeStrong NYC Titanium User’s Group 7
  8. 8. Themes & Topics for Future Meetings (some ideas to stimulate discussion)Technology & Process Testing and continuous integration Javascript & use of libraries Alloy ACS & Node.ACS Building Titanium modules & widgets Developing for iOS, Android, BlackBerry Building and deploying a Node.ACS app 10, Win Phone 8, Mobile Web Use of CLI rather than Titanium Studio Best in class design techniques Alternative build tools TiShadow for fast iterative development HW hacking with Titanium Techniques for effectively building, testing Alternatives for storing data locally and and maintaining cross-platform apps remotely Debugging techniques Performance and optimization of Titanium apps Alternative mobile backends - PaaS (OpenShift, CloudFoundry, etc.), BaaS Common design patterns used with (Kinvey, Parse, etc.) Titanium and mobile NYC Titanium User’s Group 8
  9. 9. Themes & Topics for Future Meetings (some ideas to stimulate discussion)UI/UX Design techniques for creating awesome user experiences iOS, Android, BlackBerry, Win Phone 8 user interface patterns and design elements Design tools for creating custom assets NYC Titanium User’s Group 9
  10. 10. Themes & Topics for Future Meetings (some ideas to stimulate discussion)Business of Mobile Mobile analytics and user engagement Monetization application pricing add based revenue in-app purchases Beta testing techniques (tools, services, best practices) Different app markets, techniques for getting visibility, engaging and interacting with users NYC Titanium User’s Group 10
  11. 11. Themes & Topics for Future Meetings (some ideas to stimulate discussion)Miscellaneous Case studies of designing, building, testing, marketing and deploying apps from members of the community. Building games with Titanium (e.g. Plantino) NYC Titanium User’s Group 11
  12. 12. Overview of Appcelerator Technologies, Services and Community Services Technology Appcelerator started with the idea that mobile will impact our lives even more than the web. Community NYC Titanium User’s Group 12
  13. 13. Overview of Appcelerator Technologies, Services and Community Production Technology Operational Titanium Studio Appcelerator Titanium SDK Cloud Services Titanium CLI (ACS) Enterprise Edition Node.ACS Tools Analytics Wiki and Online Documentation Marketplace NYC Titanium User’s Group 13
  14. 14. Overview of Appcelerator Technologies, Services and Community Technology Titanium Studio Based on Aptana Studio (also supports CSS, HTML, Javascript, Python, Ruby, Rails, PHP) Leverages native build and debugging tools for each of the target platforms Community and enterprise editions Builds and deploys to: iOS (iPad, iPhone, iPod) deployments: iTunes App Store, Apple ad-hoc distribution Android deployments: Google Play Store BlackBerry 10 (preview) Windows Phone 8 (expected mid-2013) HTML5 Mobile Web NYC Titanium User’s Group 14
  15. 15. Overview of Appcelerator Technologies, Services and Community Technology Titanium SDK Platforms: iOS (iPad, iPhone, iPod) Android BlackBerry 10 (preview) Windows Phone 8 (expected mid-2013) HTML5 Mobile Web Alloy client side MVC framework separation of concerns Titanium CLI scriptable NYC Titanium User’s Group 15
  16. 16. Overview of Appcelerator Technologies, Services and Community Technology Enterprise Edition Tools SOASTA test automation Appthority security assessment tools Crittercism mobile app performance tools Enterprise modules NYC Titanium User’s Group 16
  17. 17. Overview of Appcelerator Technologies, Services and Community Technology Cloud Services Appcelerator Cloud Services (ACS) - MBaaS Node.ACS - PaaS Analytics User analytics Session analytics Custom events Nodeable real-time processing (coming??) NYC Titanium User’s Group 17
  18. 18. Overview of Appcelerator Technologies, Services and Community Services Services and Partnering Appcelerator Professional Services consulting and outsourcing Integration Partners Technology Partners Appcelerator Training and Training Partners NYC Titanium User’s Group 18
  19. 19. Overview of Appcelerator Technologies, Services and Community Services Training Courses and Certification Training Certification Building Native Mobile Apps (BNAPP) Titanium Certified Application Developer (TCAD) Old Advanced Titanium Mobile Development (ATMD) Titanium Certified Mobile Developer (TCMD) Titanium Certified Expert (TCE) - aka Instructor Titanium Certified Developer Training Titanium Certified Developer (TCD) New Titanium Certified Expert Training Titanium Certified Expert (TCE) Titanium Certified Instructor (TCI) -- two levels, one each for TCD & TCE NYC Titanium User’s Group 19
  20. 20. Overview of Appcelerator Technologies, Services and Community Community Meetup Groups Devlink - profiles for community members Appcelerator Q&A forum Google Groups Appc Ti Alloy, Appc Titanium CLI, Appc Ti Mobile BlackBerry, Node.ACS, Appcelerator Trainers, etc. JIRA - bug tracking system IRC (freenode.net, #titanium_app) Twitter (@Appcelerator, #appcelerator, #titanium) Titans Program active participants of the Titanium community who promote the platforms adoption and use CodeStrong - annual conference Github (tons of good stuff) source code for: Titanium mobile SDKs, Titanium CLI, Alloy, many modules & applications (e.g. KitchenSink), etc. NYC Titanium User’s Group 20
  21. 21. Some Notable Events 2006 Appcelerator founded with the idea that mobile will impact our lives even more than the web 2009 Titanium launched at Apple’s WWDC 2011 Aptana IDE, based on Eclipse, is acquired First CodeStrong conference Support added to integrate with RedHat’s OpenShift PaaS 2012 CocoaFish , which provides BaaS cloud services, is acquired Titanium Desktop is spun off into community driven open source project (now named TideSDK (tidesdk.org) Titanium 2.0 brings cloud services (ACS), HTML5 mobile web apps Partners with Appthority to provide an end-to-end process for secure mobile enterprise app development Initial beta support for BlackBerry 10 Virtual Private ACS option available and forthcoming private ACS option announced. Second CodeStrong conference Appcelerator announces Innovation Fund to invest in transformative early-stage mobile startups. Lanica is the first startup to receive investment through fund. Support for Windows Phone 8 announced (expected mid 2013) Nodeable, a leader in real-time, big data processing for Hadoop type real-time data processing, is acquired 2013 Partners with SOASTA to offer fully integrated test automation solution Partners with Crittercism to tightly integrate Mobile App Performance Platform into TitaniumNYC Titanium User’s Group 21
  22. 22. Contact Info NYC Titanium User’s Group John Oliva Organizer for NYC Titanium User’s Group e-mail: joliva63@gmail.com cell: (908) 812-3667 twitter: @joliva linkedin: http://bit.ly/joliva63 website: http://olivalabs.comNYC Titanium User’s Group 22

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