Developing Native Android Apps with Titanium

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In today’s Titanium Week webinar, we took a look at features new and old for developing native Android applications using Titanium. Hacker Extraordinaire Marshall Culpepper surveys major Android native application concepts, like Activities, Intents, and Services, and shows how to apply these concepts in your Titanium application to create a deeply integrated native application experience on Android. Other cross-platform development techniques and code structure options are explored, and we tease our next great super demo app, Tweetanium!

Please find both the slides and recorded webinar below. In addition to Tweetanium, Marshall’s example project (used in this presentation) will be posted to GitHub early next week:

Developing Native Android Apps with Titanium from Appcelerator Video Channel on Vimeo.

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  1. Great webinar. I learned a lot. Can you post a link to the remote viewing app Marshall was using? Also, he showed some great code examples of using activities and intents to call on the QR scanner and to share a message with the user’s twitter client. Can you post that somewhere? I can’t wait to see the Tweetanium code too.