If you have every used <NavigationWindow> in your Alloy code you know that it will only work with iOS. But what if you don’t want to have to duplicate all your code for android? // index.xml <Alloy> <NavigationWindow id=”win1″ platform=”ios”> <Window class=”container”> <View> <Button onClick=”showDetails”>Show Details</Button> </View> </Window> </NavigationWindow> // Terrible we are duplicating code!!
Caveat This feature requires a Pro or Enterprise subscription! Prerequisites Download the geofence module If you want to use Android simulator: Genymotion 2.8.1+ installed for best results. Install the correct files for google play to use the Genymotion simulator Setting up the tiapp.xml file For iOS you will need to give your app some permissions
Lets take a look around the Appcelerator (Appc) Studio IDE. Appcelerator Studio is an Eclipse-based IDE that provides a single, extensible environment to rapidly build, test, package, and publish mobile apps across multiple devices and OSs. Assumptions Downloaded and install the Appc Studio already Have node.js installed Installed the Command Line Interface (CLI) Have Xcode
UPDATED new version 1.1.0 Re-written from the ground up in sprite kit. Bigfoot Climber is an old school arcade style casual game. Become a Bigfoot, and climb the tree but avoid the branches. Sounds like an easy task? It’s easy to play but hard to master. Multiple environments and multiple climbers to unlock. Master your
UPDATED new version 1.1.0 Bigfoot Climber is an old school arcade style casual game. Become a Bigfoot, and climb the tree but avoid the branches. Sounds like an easy task? It’s easy to play but hard to master. Multiple environments and multiple climbers to unlock. Master your skills for the top records on the leaderboards.
If you are like a lot of companies these days you want to leverage your old content but also use the lasted advances in mobile computing. One way to do this is by making hybrid apps that are part native code and part web content. This is where the UIWebView comes into play. With the
If you read my previous article about controlling a Raspberry Pi with an iPhone. This article expands on that and shows you how to create a socket based iPhone app and server to do even more! Required items: – Xcode – Python – WiFi – Patience – Twisted Assumptions: – You read the last article
So you have a Raspberry Pi (Pi), and you have an iPhone.. Want to use the iPhone to make the Raspberry Pi do something? In this article I’m going to use my iPhone to do something simple with my Raspberry Pi. In this case light up an LED. What you will need: – Raspberry Pi
Are you sick of flying in the are like some flappy bird? Doesn’t it just want to make you punch something? Wouldn’t you like to punch a happy little clown? Well this is the game for you. Your hero has had a bad day and every person he encounters on his jog is a clown.