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Fixing Common & Uncommon Build Errors In Appcelerator Titanium

Fixing Common & Uncommon Build Errors In Appcelerator Titanium

I have great respect for the complexity of Appcelerator Titanium. It's compiler interprets JavaScript and then either parases it into Objective-C or Java, for the ios/android operating systems. However, some of the problems with titanium are unknown build errors. Users can no longer run their code into the simulator. A lot of the issues are just random or corrupt files. Here is a few ways to help solve your common build problems in Appcelerator Titanium.

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What Is HTML5?

What Is HTML5?

What is HTML5? If you haven't heard of it by now, then you are for sure living under a rock. With the recent release of Amazons HTML5 kindle reader and linkedin's new HTML5 interface, everyone from CNN to Foxnews is talking about it. So What is it? As a newb you're still smarter than the average person. So this quick "What is" video will tell you.. Well.. What is HTML5?

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How To Uninstall Xcode From Mac App Store

How To Uninstall Xcode From Mac App Store

I recently came across the need to uninstall xcode from my Mac OSX Lion. However, now that xcode is distributed through the app store and not the apple developer portal, it has become more difficult to do. Despite logic, you cannot go to the app store (currently) and uninstall the app. Follow allow below to see how we were able to quickly uninstall and reinstall our xcode.

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Introduction To Appcelerator Titanium

Introduction To Appcelerator Titanium

The first screencast in a large series of Appcelerator. Learn how to develop inside of Appcelerator titanium to build cross platform mobile applications. You will learn how to build for IOS, Android and eventually the blackberry. We will be using Titanium Studio the IDE from Appcelerator to develop JavaScript for our cross platform mobile applications

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Background and Tabs Communication With The Crossrider Framework

Background and Tabs Communication With The Crossrider Framework

This screencast will demonstrate how to create an app (browser plugin) that will send messages from and to the active tab, all open tabs, and background code. Useful for when working with timers, workers, or browser buttons. Crossrider is an easy to use Javascript framework to create cross browser extensions in minutes. Save months of cross browser extensions development, and ride our framework with its unique tools and solutions. Invest your time in the core functionalities of your app, instead of the plugin development for each browser.

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