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Detecting And Working With Orientation Change Gestures In Appcelerator Titanium

In this screencast we will take a look at how to use the Titanium Gesture API to detect and determine the orientation of an iOS device. We will also learn how to detect orientation change events using the addEventListener method inside of JavaScript. This is particularly important if you’re making your apps respond to users’ gestures or display different content based on device orientation.

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