Appcelerator Titanium is an open source platform for developing mobile, tablet and desktop applications using web technologies.
It’s an all inclusive powerful Eclipse-based integrated development environment (IDE).
This platform is billed as enabling developers to buil, test, package and publish high quality apps with few resources and less coding time for desktop, mobile and web applications.
- Cross-platform mobile development support.
- Create iOS, Android, and mobile web apps from a single code base.
- Get to market faster than developing in Objective-C or Java.
- Create compelling user experiences with cloud services like push notifications and check-ins.
- A platform-independent API to access native UI components including navigation bars, menus, dialog boxes and alerts, and native device functionality including the file system, sound, network and local database.
- API access to native mobile functionality like geolocation, accelerometer and maps.
- Extensibility through open interfaces and licensing, allowing developers to introduce support for additional scripting languages, media codecs and device-specific functionality.
Developer: Appcelerator, Inc.
License: Apache Public License v2
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