The Titanium SDK includes a command line interface. In this video, Tom Duffy walks you through installing the Titanium CLI and building a simple app.
- In order to get started developing Titanium apps,…you'll need an Appcelerator account.…Head over to the sign up page to register.…Don't worry, getting started won't cost you anything.…I signed up for an NDC, which is free…and provides access to the Command Light interface…and Appcelerator Studio.…Hyperloop is also included on all plans,…so you can access native API's whenever needed.…I've done this before so I'm just going to log in.…
And then click on sign in.…So click on the Axway icon in the top left corner…and choose the App Builder CLI.…Take note of the dependencies for the CLI.…The good news is that the CLI is installed via Node.…Head back to the Node Installation video…if you haven't done that already.…You'll also need a Java Development kit…as well as SDK's for any platform you'll support.…Make sure you look through…the Android SDK installation guide.…
It can be finicky.…The X-code install is pretty seamless,…just make sure you install all of the components.…If you've been following along since the beginning,…
- Hybrid vs. native cross-platform apps
- Choosing an editor
- Building a Cordova app
- Building an Ionic app
- Buildin an app with the Create React Native App
- Building an app with the React Native CLI
- Building a Titanium app
- Building a Xamarin app
Skill Level Beginner
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React Native: Building Mobile Appswith Steven Emmerich2h 32m Intermediate
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4. React Native
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