We have published Release Candidates for the Appcelerator CLI 5.3.0, Titanium SDK 5.3.0 and Appcelerator Studio 4.6.0. To help us get to GA quickly, please give these betas a try on as many projects possible and report any issues.
Windows 10, App Designer & App Preview
This Titanium SDK release is almost entirely focussed on delivering Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile support. You can now build Titanium apps for iOS, Android, Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows 10.
This Studio release integrates App Designer and App Preview.
Release Notes & Known Issues
For an overview of the new features, improvements, fixes and known issues in these releases see the following links:
- Release Notes for Appcelerator CLI 5.3.0 RC
- Release Notes for the Titanium SDK 5.3.0 RC
- Release Notes for Appcelerator Studio 4.6.0 RC
- Resolved (public) JIRA tickets
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 include as much relevant information as you can.
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Get the RC (220.127.116.11605030516) of Studio by changing the update type to Release Candidate Build and then check for updates.
Notice: Studio 4.6.0 is the first to include App Designer. If you have installed the App Designer beta from Labs you will need to remove this plugin before updating Studio to the beta.
To roll back delete the beta version and download and install the latest stable version.
There’s a RC for both the Appcelerator CLI Installer and Core Package.
Get both via the command line:
[sudo] npm install -g firstname.lastname@example.org appc use 5.3.0-43
To roll back:
[sudo] npm install -g appcelerator appc use latest
Get the RC of the Titanium SDK from the command line:
[appc] ti sdk install -d 5.3.0.v20160503133640
To roll back:
[appc] ti sdk select latest
Titanium & Alloy CLI
If you have been using the stand-alone Titanium CLI and haven’t updated them lately, then you can get these versions from the command line:
[sudo] npm install -g titanium alloy