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Beginner Mobile App Development with Appcelerator Titanium

Learn to develop native iPhone, Android, Blackberry, and Mobile Web apps with Open Source tools.
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The key learning objectives of this Appcelerator Titanium Tutorial is the use of Titanium Studio and programming iPhone and Android apps. The course consists of video lectures and hands-on exercises. The student will be learning Titanium App Development by installing the open source software on their computer (PC or Mac) and build apps.  The course can be completed in 10 weeks.

Mobile technology is a growing technology field.  Building apps for various platforms in a single code line helps small and medium businesses to maintain their own mobile apps. 

The Appcelerator Titanium Tutorial instructor is available to answer questions through email.

You can get started with this content at udemy.com and then take the course online for college credit at http://grcc.edu/MobileApps

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Who is the target audience?
  • IT professionals planning to enter the mobile tech space
  • Prospective college students
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What Will I Learn?
Learn how to install Titanium Studio
Learn how to run demo application
Learn how to write Titanium mobile code
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Lectures
11 Lectures 03:02:01

Install Titanium on the Windows platform for Android development or on Mac for both Android and iPhone.  Applications developed on Windows can be compiled on Mac for iPhone or iPad.

Installation of Titanium by Appcelerator
42:19

Learn how to write basic Titanium code

Preview 19:00

Titatnium Views - objects to create a screen layout
11:05

Events - Making your app interactive
23:21

API Docs - Find what you can do with your code
04:53

The power of Titanium is in not having to redevelop the wheel.  You can download example application right from appcelerator.com or from other developer sites.  In fact, you can install sample apps right from the Dashboard page in the Titanium Studio.  Here is the link to download sample apps: http:…
Example mobile apps
00:46

 Appcelerator Marketplace is a way to use code developed by others and get a jump start on your advanced app.

Marketplace Modules - add advanced code to your app, create the Paint app
18:45

 Create your first mobile game.

Preview 55:58

This follow up contains a fix for a bug which is present on the Android platform.
The Game - follow up for the Android
03:03

More app source code
00:02
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Appcelerator Content
5 Lectures 01:21
Basic course: Zero to an App http://vimeopro.com/appcelerator/zero-to-app/ Advanced courses: Building Native Mobile Applications Start here to learn about developing applications on Titanium. Advanced Titanium Mobile Development Deepen your understanding of Titanium using a wide range of cross-platf…
Follow up courses directly from Appcelerator
00:19

  Lab tutorials Building Native Mobile App with Titanium Lab Tutorials Advanced Titanium Mobile Development Lab Tutorials
Labs from Appcelerator
00:06

 Make sure to download the KitchenSink app.  It includes many samples of code you can run and copy into your app. http://pages.appcelerator.com/ZTAKitchenSink.html
The KitchenSink app
00:06

BNAPP ebook You can download the Building Mobile Applications with Titanium ebook as an epub or mobi file for reading on your favorite e-reader. The epub version is suitable for iBooks, Nook, and other epub-compatible devices. For Kindle, we provide the mobi format. At this time, it appears you cann…
Downloadable eBook
00:43

 Once you've learned the basics, you can read guides at appcelerator.com.  Start with the Animations guide: https://wiki.appcelerator.org/display/guides/Animations
Developer Guides
00:05
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Lynda.com - Preview YouTube Content
1 Lecture 00:10
 A number of tutorials are available on YouTube.  You can start by watching the free episodes of the lynda.com course about Titanium http://bit.ly/PscKu9
Preview content from Lynda.com
00:10
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End of Course
2 Lectures 08:07

The presentation demonstrates the Apple TestFlight system. It allows developers to download unpublished binaries before they are submitted to the app store for review.

TestFlight on iOS to preview your app before the App Store review
06:17

Thank you for completing the course.
Course end video
01:50
About the Instructor
3.6 Average rating
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390 Students
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Earned Professional Certifications:

  1. RedHat Certified Engineer
  2. Zend PHP Engineer
  3. MySQL DBA Core
  4. Oracle Certified Associate (OCA)
  5. Microsoft Certified Solution Developer (MCSD)
  6. Certified Novell Administrator (CNA)
  7. CompTIA Linux+ Certification
  8. Sun Certified Java Associate (SCJA)

Previous technical roles:

Blackboard Oracle DBA at the University of Illinois at Chicago - Development of the Blackboard Learn system on Solaris Unix supporting fifty thousand students.

Senior Blackboard Solutions Engineer / DBA at Grand Rapids Community College - Provides expert consultation for the design, development and implementation of technical solutions. Recognized as technical leader and resource. Demonstrates expertise in a variety of technical field's concepts, practices, and procedures including client programming languages, web languages, operating systems, and database administration. Relies on extensive experience and judgement to plan and accomplish goals. May provide consultation on complex projects and is considered to be the top level contributor/specialist. A wide degree of creativity and latitude is expected.

Internet Architect at Data II - development and implementation of Internet systems through consulting engagements.

Education:

Master's Degree of Science with Project Management
Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science

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