Avant Mobile will soon be rebranded as MAD Code Studio. There will no more posts from this site.
It never fails. This problem occurs so few times that when it does, I completely forget how to resolve it. Easy-peasy.
Where has technology taken me now? Learning Management Systems.
Hi folks. Well, I have been remiss in adding spambot protection this site. That has been corrected. I’ve deleted all registered users because 90% of them were email@example.com. I can’t believe I had such a huge audience in Poland. Guess I’m a hit there, like David Hasselhoff in Germany. Who knew?!
I want to rid this blog of fake subscribers. Without a mechanism to do so, I must resort to a more manual process. So, if you still want to subscribe to this blog, please respond to this post saying so. Otherwise, all non-replying accounts will be purged on June 30 2013.
Now I’m moving into WordPress site customizations. Here’s what I needed to learn today.
Learn the basics for starting an Alloy project in Titanium Studio.
“This” gets me into more trouble than I care to count (pun intended). Understanding closures and the “this” pseudo-variable (vs. “self”) is critical to developing apps with the Titanium SDK.
As a Titanium SDK app developer, you’ll eventually need to test your app on a real device. Apple’s provisioning process is a train wreck (sorry Apple. you created that mess, not me.). So, if you survive that gauntlet, you’ll be faced with your next challenge — syncing your app for on-device testing.
Andrew Blair was kind enough to brain dump the process in a blog post. Although he refers to Flash developers, the process is identical for Titanium devs.