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Manual Appcelerator Titanium: Patterns and Best Practices
Components are all members of the same global scope, thus sharing data within the app is simple. And when implemented well, this pattern can lead to very readable and thus maintainable code. The rapid nature of this pattern can lead the developer to general, high-level bad practices and developer 'laziness'. Inheritance is vague or even non-existent. And critically, memory management can be difficult as object references can remain after they're no longer needed.
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Appcelerator Titanium apps are actually compiled down to completely native applications that use the real native controls for the platform. For example, in Titanium you can programmatically declare a button and specify its layout and some attributes about that button. When you compile your application, the button will appear as a real native Android button on Android and a real native iOS button on iOS. Maybe, but highly unlikely.
Many of the UI elements and interaction paradigms are cross platform, but parts are not. But, Titanium does have support for platform specific controls, it just means that you have to make some of your code conditional based on the platform. Titanium actually has some really good tooling. The build process from the IDE is pretty simple and even lets you build a web application out of the same codebase. There is also a marketplace that has components you can use and purchase for your applications.
Titanium recently introduced an MVC framework called Alloy , which greatly simplifies creating Titanium applications and takes out the tedium of programmatically creating all the user interfaces.
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With this framework, you declare your user interface using an XML markup, which is pretty straight forward. You then use controller classes to populate and interact with the UI. It also has the concept of style sheets which are very similar to CSS.
One of the most impressive things about Titanium though, is its cloud offering. Titanium basically lets you have access to their complete backend of cloud services which allow you to easily create what can be best described as Facebook-like functionality without having to code your own backend. You can use the cloud services to manage users, authenticate them, store data about the users, like social graphs and even just store key value pairs. I was really impressed by this functionality.
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There are obviously many more options out there, but I picked these three for standard application development because from my experience these are the most serious widely used offerings. These 3 offerings also encompass just about all the ways to do cross platform mobile development:. There are obviously trade-offs to each of these approaches and nothing is quite perfect, but I do consider all of these good solutions at this point.