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titanium_mobile - 🚀 Native iOS-, Android- and Windows Apps with JavaScript

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Welcome to the Titanium open source project. Titanium provides a mature platform for developers to build completely native cross-platform mobile applications using JavaScript.Currently supported native platforms are iOS, Android and Windows Phone / Windows Desktop.

alloy - Alloy is an MVC framework for the Appcelerator Titanium SDK

  •    Javascript

You can use these apps through Titanium Studio too. The easiest way to do that would be to import the test/project/Harness into Titanium Studio. After that, everytime you run jake, your project in Studio will be updated. Once in Studio, you can run for any platform, Titanium SDK version, or change any settings you want. This will give you a lot more options and power than running solely from the command line.More so than any other Appcelerator project to this point, we are working collaboratively with the community to develop a framework that works for you. Here's the best ways to discuss Alloy or ask questions.

NappDrawer - A side drawer navigation container view controller for Appcelerator Titanium.

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The Napp Drawer module extends the Appcelerator Titanium Mobile framework. The module is licensed under the MIT license. There are some minor platform parity differences in this module. iOS version uses Windows whereas Android uses views. The android version still uses the same properties even though its views rather than windows, e.g. isAnyWindowOpen() is the exact same method call on each platform.

gittio - Search & Install all Titanium Modules and Alloy Widgets on GitHub

  •    Javascript

Command-line package manager for Appcelerator Titanium modules & Alloy widgets, powered by the gitTio search engine that indexes all open source components (modules and widgets) on GitHub.Looks up a component at gitt.io and displays or returns the info.




hyperloop-examples - Cross-platform Hyperloop examples

  •    Javascript

The following application demonstrates direct native API access using Appcelerator Hyperloop.BEFORE attempting to run this application, ensure that you have downloaded and followed the instructions from the appropriate guide below. There are specific prerequisites that must be first met before this application will run properly. Also make sure you enabled Hyperloop before getting started.

appc-npm - Package components for Appcelerator Titanium, Alloy and Arrow projects for distribution via NPM

  •    Javascript

Package many types of components for Appcelerator Titanium, Alloy and Arrow projects for distribution via NPM, including modules and support for nested dependencies. NOTE: The packager only updates/adds a package.json and appc-npm postinstall executable. It adds no dependencies and does not change your code.

magicpie - MagicPie wrapper for Titanium

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A Titanium wrapper for MagicPie. See example/apps.js to learn by example.


mocx - A JavaScript Backbone helper for Titanium Alloy

  •    Javascript

When building apps with Titanium Alloy, it's handy to be able to mock up screens before wiring up to a backend and when doing that it's useful to be able to populate screens with "real" data. But, if you don't have an API ready then what do you do? Mocx is designed to allow you to create create mock collections and modules that are compatible with Alloy's Backbone data-binding. You can use Mocx to create a collection and populate a Table or Listview, or create Models on the fly, and it'll support the .fetch() method to pretend to get the model / collection. So you could use it to mock data and even persist data to local storage.

nl.fokkezb.colorpick - iOS ColorPicker wrapper for Titanium

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Wraps Ryota Hayashi's ColorPicker for iOS for Appcelerator Titanium. NOTE: For an Alloy cross-platform color picker widget see nl.fokkezb.color.

nl.fokkezb.form - [UNMAINTAINED] Alloy TableView Form Widget

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UNMAINTAINED: I'm no longer actively maintaining this project. If you'd like to take it over, create an issue requesting so. If you've found an issue, send me a PR and I may still be able to review and merge. An Alloy Widget to create a form using a TableView, much like the familiar settings views on iOS.

RESTe - A simple JavaScript REST / API helper for Titanium

  •    Javascript

RESTe tries to make sense of the data that comes back but currently it will have problems with invalid JSON data. If you're having any issues with data not being rendered / bound, check it's valid JSON so everything is wrapped as a string. JSON has real issues with numbers -- if it's a normal number it's fine but putting in say 000000 for a property can cause issues in parsing. Also, make sure you're not using the app/models folder or the <Collection / Model src="etc"/> tags -- you only need to define your models in the RESTe config, and then use the dataCollection property in the repeater.

ti-i18n - CLI to manage internationalizing your Titanium app

  •    Javascript

Titanium i18n (ti-i18n) is both a pluggable Titanium CLI 3.2+ command and stand-alone CLI for managing your app's internationalization. It replaces the soon to be deprecated alloy extract-i18n and works on both Alloy and Classic projects. ti-i18n will be further developped to be a worthy command, listen to the global flags like --no-colors and read any relevant defaults from the CLI config. Use ti-i18n plugged and ti-i18n unplug to check if ti-i18n is plugged or unplug.

ti-stealth - Remove console logging from your Titanium apps.

  •    Javascript

CLI and CommonJS module to replace console log calls with NOOPs which can later be restored. Stealth can be used both as CLI and CommonJS module.

TiCons-CLI - [UNMAINTAINED] Command-Line version of TiCons for generating icons and splash screens for Titanium & Alloy projects

  •    Javascript

UNMAINTAINED: I no longer actively maintain this project. I review PRs, but don't work on issues. If you'd like to take it over, contact me by creating an issue. Command-line and CommonJS module version of TiCons to generate icons and splash screens (aka launch images) for Appcelerator Titanium & Alloy apps.

TiCons-Server - Server wrapper for the TiCons CLI and NPM Package

  •    HTML

This Express app running at http://ticons.fokkezb.nl wraps the TiCons CLI. Install ImageMagick: brew install imagemagick.

TiTh - Titanium Alloy theme switcher with theme-based tiapp.xml support

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Allows you to switch Alloy themes from the command line and also supports theme based TiApp.xml files. This was an experiement to solve an issue I have with an app (or series of apps) built from a single code base. I first attempted to solve it with TiCh which kind of works, but isn't great when it comes to having Android sections in the Tiapp.xml file.

tn - Appcelerator & Titanium CLI wrapper to save you keystrokes.

  •    Javascript

TiNy is a wrapper for the Appcelerator CLI's run and Titanium CLI's build command that allows you to do the same using less keystrokes. It has built-in recipes, but also allows you to compose and save your own recipes. A recipe is simply a flag or option that stands for a group of other arguments, which may in turn include other recipes. There are built-in recipes, but you can also add your own or override built-ins.

AlloyXL

  •    Javascript

Better controller management and workflow for Appcelerator Titanium Alloy MVC framework. This is fine when you handle the event of closing a controller / view -- but if you're using say, a Navigation Window or TabGroup and you're using the default behavoir of the back button, then this code wouldn't run. You'd have to associate code with the "close" event on the Window.

grunt-alloy - grunt plugin for Appcelerator's Alloy framework for Titanium

  •    Javascript

In your project's Gruntfile, add a section named alloy to the data object passed into grunt.initConfig(). The command to execute with alloy.






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