5 Ways to Use a JavaScript Hashmap

Some time ago, I needed to use a JavaScript hashmap. A hashmap is useful for many reasons, But wait, there’s more…

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Displaying Clickable Text Across Platforms in Titanium

Displaying a clickable URL in your mobile app is a common use case. You may wish to add links within your mobile app to take the user to a company website, for example. But wait, there’s more…

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Cross Platform Nav Controller Compatible with Ti 3.2

Happy new year, dear readers! Boy, the past month has been a little crazy. Appcelerator recently deprecated the Titanium.UI.iPhone.NavigationGroup API as of Titanium 3.2. But wait, there’s more…

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In Memoriam: Color Wisdom

Color Wisdom Cards by Tori Hartman, the mobile app that I developed for Plebeian Apps, has been taken off the iTunes and Nook markets.. But wait, there’s more…

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But I Thought Titanium Was Cross Platform!?

One of the biggest reasons to use Appcelerator Titanium is that, used correctly, it can produce native cross platforms apps, running on both Android and iOS, from a single codebase. Unfortunately, Titanium has often been misused and when people fail at using Titanium, they often lament, “But I thought Titanium was cross platform!!!” with the same anguish as Captain Kirk. But wait, there’s more…

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Where are the female mobile developers?

It’s no secret that there’s a lack of women developers in the IT field. For the mobile industry, specifically, it seems to be even worse. In this Appcelerator blog post, I explore this topic and what we stand to gain by addressing this inequity within the mobile industry.

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Complex Navigation in Titanium, Part 2

Happy new year, dear readers! Boy, do I have a nice new year’s present for you :).

In a previous blog post, I talked about the challenges of managing a stack of windows in a single screen in Titanium. In this post, I take things a step further. But wait, there’s more…

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