Appcelerator Titanium Basics: Creating Native Apps Using Web Languages Premium class

Jeff Batt, Founder of Learning Dojo

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30 Videos (4h 21m)
    • Starting a New Project

      16:01
    • Working with the Sample Files

      7:54
    • Creating a basic window in Classic & Alloy Code

      18:53
    • Working with Views in Classic & Alloy Code

      11:23
    • Using Labels in Classic code and Alloy Code

      8:19
    • Working with Image Views in Classic and Alloy Code

      8:14
    • Working with Event Listeners in Classic and Alloy Code

      8:14
    • Working with Buttons in Classic and Alloy Code

      7:45
    • Creating Custom Buttons in Classic and Alloy Code

      10:05
    • Working with Switches in Classic and Alloy Code

      6:46
    • Working with Text Entry Fields

      6:38
    • Building Simple Table Views in Classic and Alloy Code

      7:44
    • Adding Event Listeners to Table Rows

      9:46
    • Creating Table View Sections

      4:29
    • Creating Scroll Views

      8:48
    • Creating Scrollable Views

      6:13
    • Playing a Sound File

      8:33
    • Playing Sound within a Function

      9:11
    • Using Video in your App

      5:29
    • Using Swipe Events

      4:15
    • Two Finger Tap Events

      6:50
    • Shake Events

      11:04
    • Orientation Change Events

      9:01
    • Tabbed Bars

      14:21
    • Toolbars

      9:14
    • Pickers

      11:25
    • Opening a New Window in Classic Code

      10:24
    • Opening a New Window in Alloy Code

      10:24
    • Updating Classic and Alloy Projects to iOS7

      2:21
    • Conclusion

      0:48

About This Class

Appcelerator Titanium has enabled web developers to build native applications using only JavaScript, XML and CSS. This means you can use the same elements Xcode & Android uses without having to learn Objective C or Android development. If you want to create a native mobile apps for iOS, Android, BlackBerry and soon Windows 8 all with one code base, then this course is what you are looking for.

In this course, presenter Jeff Batt clearly explains how to use basic UI elements inside of Appcelerator Titanium. One of the problems with other trainings and tutorials on Appcelerator, is that they are much to complex. Even just to learn how to use a simple item on the stage was missing. That's why Jeff created this course. He walks you through the basics of how to use multiple mobile elements focusing just on basics. This course will lay a solid foundation for your mobile app development.

NOTE: This is a course for beginners, ideally those just starting out with Appcelerator Titanium classic code or Alloy code. If you are looking for instruction on advance topics such as SQLite or any other advance topics I am currently developing a course on advanced topics.

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Jeff Batt

Founder of Learning Dojo

Jeff has 10+ years experience in the digital learning and media industry. Currently he is Founder and Head Trainer/Sensei at Learning Dojo, a company dedicated to training you to become a software ninja in a variety of eLearning, web and mobile related software applications. Jeff is also the Lead eLearning Producer for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, producing online training for the Church world wide. Jeff has also been the Product Development Manager for eLearning Brothers with responsibility for the design, development, and management over their world-class digital learning templates library building templates in Storyline, Studio ’13, Captivate, Adobe Edge Animate, Lectora, HTML5, Flash and more. Prior to his work at eLearning Brothers, Jeff was the Design & Professional Services Manager for CallidusCloud’s online eLearning authoring tool Litmos Author. Jeff is a regular conference speaker and industry leader regarding eLearning technologies such as TinCan API (xAPI), Articulate Storyline, Adobe Edge Animate, Captivate, Camtasia, HTML 5, and More.