Create cross-platform Enterprise class Titanium apps quickly and efficiently with Packt's new eBook

July 2013 | Cookbooks, Enterprise

Appcelerator Titanium Business Application Development Cookbook, is a new eBook from Packt aimed at developers using JavaScript to explore mobile, showing them how to increase their app development skills by making use of the the powerful cross-platform Titanium Mobile.

About the author:

Benjamin Bahrenburg specializes in building enterprise solutions using mobile technologies, geolocation services, and domain-specific languages. He has been providing mobility solutions for various organizations for decades. Arising from his passion for cross-platform development, Benjamin adopted Titanium mobile SDK during the very early stages of the preview of Appcelerator's mobile platform. He is also a blogger, consultant, and speaker and holds a Titanium certification.

Appcelerator Titanium is a platform for developing mobile, tablet, and desktop applications using web technologies. Appcelerator Titanium is developed by Appcelerator Inc. and was introduced in December 2008. Support for developing iPhone- and Android-based mobile applications was added in June 2009. Support for developing iPad-based tablet apps was added in April 2010. BlackBerry support was announced on June 2010, and has been in beta since April 2013. Tizen support was also added in April 2013 with the 3.1.0 Titanium Studio and SDK releases.

Appcelerator Titanium Business Application Development Cookbook will teach readers how to build a visually pleasing Cross Platform User Interface, and effectively work with databases and file management. Readers will also discover how to add encryption and security features, as well as use advanced Geo Location with their Titanium app. The book also has practical tutorials that cover creating and working with documents and charts.

The book covers these essential topics:

Chapter 1: Patterns and Platform Tools
Chapter 2: Cross-platform UI
Chapter 3: Using Databases and Managing Files
Chapter 4: Interacting with Web Services
Chapter 5: Charting and Documents
Chapter 6: Using Location Services
Chapter 7: Threads, Queues, and Message Passing
Chapter 8: Basic Security Approaches
Chapter 9: App Security Using Encryption and Other Techniques
Appendix: Titanium Resources

This book will be useful for developers with a basic knowledge and understanding of Titanium mobile SDK and JavaScript, who want to improve their app development skills using the cross-platform power of Titanium Mobile. For more information, please visit the book's page at: http://www.packtpub.com/appcelerator-titanium-business-application-development-cookbook/book



Appcelerator Titanium Business Application Development CookBook
Over 40 hands-on recipes to quickly and efficiently create business grade Titanium Enterprise apps

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