Join Rafael Hernandez for an in-depth discussion in this video Opening windows from rows, part of Titanium Mobile App Development Essential Training.
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A common design of mobile applications is the display of table entries with the…option to open up a Window of content that displays additional information…about a particular entry.…With our tab-based application, this is accomplished simply through the addition…of an EventListener to a row.…Starting with the app.js file in the 05 _04 folder of the exercise files, I've…created a single tab application with a window that has its tabBar hidden…property set to true.…I'll create an array of objects to use for the creation of tableView rows.…
- Accessing the Titanium API documentation
- Navigating the Titanium Studio workspace
- Detecting platforms
- Understanding windows and views
- Listening for events
- Configuring text fields
- Adding interactivity to a view
- Working with a single tab group
- Creating a map and setting the location
- Adding and removing map pins at runtime
- Loading local and remote web pages
- Loading an external XML feed
- Setting timers
- Prompting device vibrations
- Implementing an activity indicator
- Reading from and writing to the file system
- Working with media
- Reading device orientation
- Detecting gestures
- Debugging an app
- Stepping through a finished app
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
Editing run configurations1m 38s
2. Windows & Views
3. Controls, Input & Interactivity
4. Tab Group
5. Table View
6. Map View
7. Web View and XHR
9. Data Management
Sending an email3m 38s
Reading device orientation2m 27s
12. Preparing for app distribution
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