Alabama Non-Profit TiDev, Inc releases Titanium SDK 11, Titanium CLI 6.1.0

A local Bibb Alabama County The non-profit software foundation has released a new version of Titanium cross-platform mobile app development software.

CENTREVILLE, Ala., July 4, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — About July, 1stst, 2022 Alabama-based nonprofit software foundation TiDev, Inc. has released the latest “General Availability” version of its Titanium development software. This release is the first release released since TiDev, Inc. assumed ownership and management control of the publicly traded company’s Titanium software. Arizona company Axway, Inc (AXW.PA).

Titanium is used to develop mobile applications for iOS and Android devices using the JavaScript programming language.

Commenting on the new version of the Titanium software, the Chairman of the Board of TiDev, Inc. Josh Lambert provided the following statement:

“We are thrilled to deliver our first community version of Titanium for use by developers around the world. When we launched our foundation, one of our goals was to ensure that Titanium would remain actively developed and maintained for years to come. Titanium SDK 11 and CLI 6.1.0 release to the public developer community is our first major step in achieving this goal, I couldn’t be happier that it was accomplished so soon after that our community has stepped up and taken continued responsibility for this mobile development platform. . We have a great community of developers and I’m proud to call myself a member of the Titanium family.”

This release is the result of over 62 feature contributions and bug fixes added to Titanium by TiDev staff and volunteers around the world.

In the latest version of Titanium, both iOS and Android apps will get stability and performance improvements. For Android development, Java 17 is now supported without encountering any errors. There is also improved support for rounded corners on Android 12+. For iOS development, dark mode adaptive gradients have been fixed as well as multi-select event issues in ListViews. This is an addition to a large number of other bugfixes and cleanups/refactorings in the platform code. A full list of changes can be found in the changelogs for SDK and CLI on the official TiDev blog for this release here:

https://tidev.io/blog/sdk_11_ga

TiDev is currently funded by individual donations and relies on them to maintain the framework. Donations can be made via sponsors Github or Liberapay.

https://tidev.io/donate

About TiDev, Inc.

TiDev, Inc exists for the following purposes:

1.) Ensure the Titanium SDK is actively maintained and developed for years to come. This means prompt attention to bugs introduced with new iOS/Android updates, as well as adding features to the SDK that enable full compatibility with new features added to iOS and Android mobile operating systems.
2.) Actively grow the Titanium developer community. This means organizing paid and volunteer efforts to make our documentation for the SDK amazing, to make the technical process for getting a new programmer to work with the platform as easy as possible, and to encourage/incentivize/market programmers doing things like live streams. demonstrating the capabilities of the platform.
3.) Improve the reputation of the Titanium ecosystem. It means showing businesses and programmers that this platform is amazing, actively supported, and trustworthy for building new apps.
4.) To create a trusted channel for getting help around the platform. This means marketing the free support provided through TiSlack and StackOverflow, as well as creating a paid enterprise support channel allowing large enterprises to purchase dedicated support for the SDK from our senior engineers.
5.) To better communicate which modules built for Titanium are actively supported and can be approved for development. This means keeping an active list somewhere, perhaps on the TiDev website, of modules (and forks of modules) that are actively maintained and useful. Aka, not abandonware.

press contact

Josh Lambert
205.928.5046
https://tidev.io

SOURCETiDev, Inc.

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