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Configuring Android SDK and Titanium Developer

Installing and configuring Titanium Developer for developing native mobile apps for iPhone and Android with JavaScript.

Titanium Developer is a platform, application for developing mobile native apps for Android and iPhone OS (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch) with JavaScript API and HTML/CSS help. This application "compiles" JavaScript code that uses this API to native code for Android and iPhone - no Java or Objective-C needed. In this tutorial I'll show you how to set up Android SDK and Titanium Developer.

Android SDK

To test Titanium mobile apps without a mobile device we need an emulator. iPhone emulator is only on Mac OS X with the XCode package. Android SDK is cross platform, so I'll describe this mobile OS. To install and configure Android SDK you have to:

Titanium Developer

Titanium Developer is an application, platform that allows creating native mobile apps on Android and iPhone OS. It also can create cross platform desktop apps. The mobile API won't let you make multithreaded 3D game, but social, web powered applications are doable with this platform. For more details check , application showcase, or documentation.

Titanium Developer and Android SDK

Titanium mobile SDK is still beta and it needs some hammering to work with Android SDK.
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Linux and programming, 22 February 2010,

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