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FW: November 2016 Monthly Newsletter

 

 

From: Appcelerator Newsletter [mailto:information=appcelerator.com@mail124.suw17.mcsv.net] On Behalf Of Appcelerator Newsletter
Sent: 30 November 2016 17:15
To: Jason Boon <jason@jasonboon.co.uk>
Subject: November 2016 Monthly Newsletter

 

This month’s latest news on mobile technology.

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MOBILE IMPACT // November 2016

Titanium Myths Debunked

Amongst new developers and the technical press, there’s a persistent set of Titanium myths we hear again and again. It’s time to put these zombie misconceptions to rest for good.

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Appcelerator 6.0 Release!

The latest Appcelerator release has arrived bringing loads of new features and updates! Highlights include the iPhone 7 haptic engine API, multi-dex support and debug in Safari.

Release overview

 

DevRant Gives Developers a Forum of Their Own

Frustrating day? Need an outlet for your dev gripes? The crew at DevRant created a social network for devs to express how they really feel with others who can relate.

See their story

New KitchenSink Sample App

Alongside the 6.0 Release, we published a completely revamped version of our KitchenSink sample app. It features examples and best practices Titanium devs should get to know.

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Arrow “Alloy SDK” Example


Our most recent technical tutorial shows how you can use an Arrow Alloy SDK to create apps that are able to access and consume data with zero coding required.

Learn how

 

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