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Appcelerator polishes Titanium for platform-neutral JavaScript reboot

Success and age are catching up with Appcelerator, which is re-writing its Titanium mobile development framework to be leaner and cheaper to run on more mobes. Chief executive Jeff Haynie quietly let slip earlier this month (and was eventually spotted by IT Writing’s Tim Anderson) that a project – called Ti.Next – is now under …
Gavin Clarke, 29 Jul 2013
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Appcelerator ties on cloudy back-end for Titanium devs

Appcelerator has updated its Titanium mobile developer platform to add scalable cloud service integration to the back-end of applications following its acquisition of Cocoafish in February. Titanium 2.0 uses Appcelerator Cloud Services to access 15 basic functions, ranging from user management and push notification, to popular …
Iain Thomson, 17 Apr 2012
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Appcelerator adds Titanium backend with Cocoafish buy

Mobile platform developer Appcelerator has completed its second purchase of the last year, snapping up Cocoafish to gets its APIs and server backend system. The company bought HTML5 expertise with the Particle Cloud buy last year, and this buy was also part of a hunt for specific technology, CEO Jeff Haynie told The Register. …
Iain Thomson, 9 Feb 2012
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Appcelerator juices HTML5 support with Particle Cloud buy

Mobile platform developer Appcelerator has added crucial HTML5 talent to its portfolio, with the purchase of developer Particle Cloud. The purchase gives the company access to engineers at Particle Cloud who have experience in HTML5 and mobile games development. Appcelerator has already moved the new staff into its Silicon …
Iain Thomson, 25 Oct 2011
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Coder Android tablet love on (a bit of a) wane

Developer interest in Android phones and tablets is on the wane – at least a bit – according to a new study. The latest mobile-developer survey from IDC and Appcelerator – the Silicon Valley outfit whose Titanium kit lets coders build native mobile apps with traditional web tools – indicates that during the first quarter, …
Cade Metz, 26 Apr 2011
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Coder Android love (nearly) matches iPhone lust

Android handsets are nearly as popular as the iPhone among mobile app developers, according to a new study. The latest mobile survey from IDC and Appcelerator – the outfit whose Titantium kit lets developers build mobile applications with traditional web tools – indicates that 87 per cent of mobile developers are "very …
Cade Metz, 25 Jan 2011
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WebAndroidiPhone kit plugs into PayPal

Appcelerator — the outfit whose Titanium dev kit was recently freed from the threat of Jobsian destruction — has teamed with PayPal to offer a version of the kit for that dovetails with PayPal's mobile payments library. The idea is to offer a platform that lets traditional web developers build native mobile applications that …
Cade Metz, 26 Oct 2010
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Apple app police anoint un-Flash code translation

Though Steve Jobs has banned code translation on the iPhone and the iPad, the Apple App Store police continue to accept applications built with Unity and Appcelerator's Titanium, two dev kits that convert code from languages not explicitly approved by Jobs. If there was any doubt that the primary target of Jobs' code ban was …
Cade Metz, 13 Jul 2010
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Open source webAndroidiPhoneiPad kit betas for BlackBerry

As developers await word from Steve Jobs that applications coded with Appcelerator's Titanium kit are still welcome in the iPhone App Store, the company is testing a new version of the kit for RIM BlackBerries. The open-source Titanium is a means of building native desktop and mobile applications using traditional web- …
Cade Metz, 14 Jun 2010
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iPhone code ban facing antitrust inquiry?

The US Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission are exploring an antitrust inquiry into Apple's ban on iPhone code translation, according to a report citing a "person familiar with the matter." The New York Post reports that the DoJ and FTC are "locked in negotiations" over which will investigate a recent change to …
Cade Metz, 3 May 2010
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Steve Jobs bans all apps from iPhone (or thereabouts)

You could argue that the new Jobsian SDK bars developers from writing any application for the iPhone - unless they possess some sort of savant-like ability to think solely in Objective C. The much-discussed software development kit for the upcoming iPhone OS 4.0 says that native applications must be "originally written" in …
Cade Metz, 16 Apr 2010
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Open source webdesktopmobile kit refreshes for iPhone, Android

Appcelerator has taken the beta tag off its open source Titanium development kit, a means of building native desktop and mobile applications using traditional web-development tools such as JavaScript, Python, Ruby on Rails, html and CSS. Titanium 1.0 was officially released today, with the Silicon Valley–based startup claiming …
Cade Metz, 8 Mar 2010
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Apple tablet wins open source Appceleration

Appcelerator - the Silicon Valley outfit whose open source Titanium platform lets you build desktop and mobile apps with web-happy development tools - has announced that the platform will soon generate native runtimes for "the new Apple tablet." On Wednesday, Steve Jobs and company will unveil "a major new product," and …
Cade Metz, 26 Jan 2010
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Open source webdesktopmobile kit bear hugs PHP

Appcelerator Titanium - the open source platform that lets you build desktop and mobile apps with web-happy development tools, including JavaScript, Python, and Ruby on Rails - has now embraced PHP. The three-year-old Appcelerator will officially reveal its PHP love tomorrow at the Zend PHP conference in its home town of …
Cade Metz, 22 Oct 2009
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Titanium puts open source mettle against Adobe AIR

Adobe Air is getting an open source rival with Appcelerator Titanium, a new platform designed to let web developers build installable desktop and mobile applications using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Googleton Mountain View, California-based Appcelerator on Monday cooked up a public preview release of Titanium for Windows and …
Austin Modine, 11 Dec 2008

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