Titanium SDK & Studio 3.3.0 Release

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The latest Titanium SDK and Titanium Studio version 3.3.0 comes with major updates.

This latest release has essential feature, enhancements and improvements and significant bug fixes.

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Titanium SDK and Studio 3.3.0 Release

A major update of the Titanium SDK and Titanium Studio, 3.3.0 is released with a number of important feature enhancements and improvements and significant bug fixes. Appcelerator Titanium is an open-source software development kit that used in developing cross-platform mobile applications.

Do you want to update this latest release? Then, install below given links to continuous integration builds. You have to follow simple steps while installation process. Firstly, choose “Help Menu > Install Specific Titanium SDK…” from inside Titanium Studio.

If you want to update Studio, then visit Appcelerator site and follow given instruction in order to update to the RC stream, or to download a new install.

NPM Packages
Users may have to use ‘sudo’ before these terminal commands on OSX and Linux

  1. [sudo] npm install -g [email protected]
  2. [sudo] npm install -g [email protected]

In order to revert back to stable versions:

  1. [sudo] npm remove -g titanium
  2. [sudo] npm install -g titanium
  3. [sudo] npm remove -g alloy
  4. [sudo] npm install -g alloy

Let’s see what updates it bring with Titanium 3.3.0
Alloy:

  • Map Module integrations
  • XML Markup/TSS enhancements
  • Use custom run-time queries as TSS style selectors
  • Theme widget assets and styles as part your custom theme
  • New API to set attributes of UI components within a controller-less view

iOS:

  • Cookie Management is supported by The HTTP Client for iOS.
  • One can now control the clipping behavior of the view component.
  • The HTTP client on iOS uses the new iOS 7 NSURLConnection class, replacing the ASIHTTPRequest class.
  • One can now add a shadow to a view component
  • To fix an issue with iTunes sync builds with iTunes 11.2 and later, the CFBundleVersion in the application’s info.plist file is set to an Epoch timestamp.
  • Change: For parity, the Titanium.Database.ResultSet.fieldcount() method has been removed from the SDK. Use the read-only Titanium.Database.ResultSet.fieldcount property to retrieve the same information.
  • If a device is connected, and you are building for device, the build process will now automatically build straight to that device, bypassing iTunes sync. This should make for a much speedier build process.
  • There is a new mechanism to support SSL certificates with the HTTPClient exposed as the securityManager property.

Android:

  • Change: One must require specific version 14 or higher if he/she set the Android target SDK version in your tiapp.xml file
  • AppCompat Library: The appcompat library is used by Titanium SDK to provide support for the Action Bar on devices running Android 2.3.x and later.
  • Change: Applications cannot use the base Holo, Light or Dark themes because of changes to support the appcompat library
  • Change: By default action bar is seen. Before, one can have to set a theme to display the action bar.
  • Support for camera features is added to the Android platform that was previously only available for iOS.
  • Official support for testing Android applications is available on Genymotion virtual devices with both the Titanium CLI and Studio.

Blackberry:

  • Multiple UI bugs addressed and general stability enhancements.

Titanium CLI

  • Windows Hybrid platform support
  • Genymotion virtual device support
  • Module creation support
  • Display iOS device log output
  • Create command supports custom templates (–template option)

Studio

  • Genymotion virtual device support
  • Reworked Windows installer
  • Alloy project improvements
  • Content assistance improvements

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