Today, we published Release Candidate releases for the Titanium SDK and the Appcelerator CLI. The release includes 21 features, 120+ bug fixes, and 27 improvements. For a more detailed overview, known issues and closed tickets, see the release notes:
We’d like to thank the following community members who contributed to this release:
The ability to target Android N has arrived! Our Android team has been working hard to accelerate the addition of support and features for Android N to allow us to move on to Android O support, which is coming soon. With this release, you can target Android API 25 and make use of some N features such as split screen and bundle notifications. Users can now also deploy to Android O devices. So we could make use of O features on older Android OS versions, Android SDK Build-tools 26 is required for Android builds using Titanium SDK 6.2.0.
Xcode 9 beta 6 is currently supported, along with the implementation of some key iOS 11 features in the SDK core, or through modules.
Update Titanium SDK
To update the Titanium SDK from the command line:
[appc] ti sdk install --branch 6_2_X -d
To roll back:
[appc] ti sdk select latest
Reminder for Windows Users: If you use Hyperloop, Hyperloop 2.1.2 or later is required for Windows users who use SDK 6.1.1 and above.
Update Axway Appcelerator CLI
To update from the command line:
appc use 6.2.4-9
To roll back:
appc use latest
If you run into any issues that seem related to the updates, please report them on JIRA.
First, check if it’s a known issue you can watch. If you can’t find an existing ticket, then create one in the
Appcelerator Community (AC) project and add as much relevant information as you can, including the release version you are using.
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