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Once you've got into Appcelerator Titanium you'll never look back. This book is the perfect introduction to developing native cross-platform apps for iOS, Android, and Windows 8.


  • Covers iOS, Android, and Windows8.
  • Includes Alloy, the latest in Titanium design.
  • Includes examples of Cloud Services, augmented reality, and tablet design.

In Detail

Appcelerator Titanium is the leading method for creating native cross-platform apps. This book guides you from the initial stages with the language right through to the submission of your app to the marketplace/app store. Specially crafted examples cover the most common requirements of an app programmer. This book will be your companion as you progress with the language.

"Appcelerator Titanium Application Development by Example Beginner's Guide" will guide you through the process of designing cross-platform apps using Titanium. It covers all areas of the language from installation through development to submission to the store.

This book will take a hands-on approach in teaching you how to write cross-platform apps using Titanium, as well as exploring the new features of Titanium 3. Each chapter will show you how to overcome specific challenges using Titanium. You will learn how to design your apps using MVC principles and Alloy, use the cloud to your advantage, develop apps that work on tablets and phones, use the phone gadgets like the accelerometer, integrate social media, record usage using analytics, and monetise your app. All tasks from installation to deployment to the store are covered and backed by examples. The book will be your companion from your first steps with Titanium to successful live deployment.

What you will learn from this book

  • How to design applications that work on all supported platforms.
  • How to create layouts that work on all platforms and on both handheld and tablet devices.
  • How to design applications using Alloy.
  • The integration of social media.
  • Use the phone gadgets such as the accelerometer, compass, and camera.
  • How to integrate cloud services such as ACS, Parse, and Stackmob.
  • How to test your code and deploy to the app store/marketplace.


"Appcelerator Titanium Application Development by Example Beginner's Guide" is an example-driven tour of the language that guides you through all the stages of app design. The style is relaxed and friendly whilst remaining concise and structured.

Who this book is written for

If you are new to this technology or curious about the possibilities of Appcelerator Titanium then this book is for you. If you are a web developer who is looking for a way to craft cross-platform apps, then this book and the Titanium language is the choice for you.

Biographie de l'auteur

Darren Cope

Darren Cope is an experienced Titanium developer having seen the light and the potential of what could be done with Titanium back in early 2011. Since 2011 he has released several cross-platform apps using the technology. He holds TCAD and TCMD certifications and along with creating apps, he has developed modules for the Appcelerator Marketplace. He attended the inaugural CODESTRONG conference in San Francisco in October 2011 and continues to preach the benefits of coding with Titanium through the Appcelerator Titans program. He is very eager to hear from other Titanium developers in the north of England and is trying to start a user group for them. He can be contacted either through his personal website at or by e-mail on

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Best Titanium Book in a Weak Market 29 novembre 2013
Par Vince A Bullinger - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Seems like the best Titanium book out there so far. Which is a bit sad. It's a good book, taking you from beginner through to most of the advanced concepts and examples. It's definitely a great reference book for how to tackle a problem. A "Hello, world!" for every problem, which is definitely how it's advertised. I don't like how they say that the Alloy framework is in this book because... it's discussed for six pages. You easily need at least a chapter on Alloy. Not a brief touching and then never mention it again. I understand this is what, the third edition, and it was probably started before Alloy existed, but it's too important. The next edition should have updates to some examples with the inclusion of Alloy and Alloy should have its own chapter.

I'd prefer a true best practices book replete with Alloy examples. This does not exist. The Titanium book that you will find that has "best practices" in the title is awful and not recommended. Considering writing my own, but... I don't know the best practices yet.
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Good introduction to Titanium 27 mai 2013
Par Christopher M Golding - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Used this book to get started with the concepts of building apps using Titanium. I found it to be a good resource, with the exception of a few chapters where the author skips a few steps or does not explain how something is done.
Great 30 juin 2014
Par Scott A Schlangen - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Great starting book, helped me out. Good working examples, and an amazing price this book was great thank you very much
Has some catching up to do 1 octobre 2014
Par Daniel E. Hannon - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
It's a good book but at the time of this review I wouldn't recommend it until the MVC Alloy examples have been updated. Currently it is using some deprecated UI elements which renders the example obsolete. Alloy is the new recommended way of developing Titanium Apps and this book has some catching up to do.
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