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Luis Specian <lspe...@gmail.com> Sep 03 05:36PM -0300
There was a way to do it by your own, hit:
On Fri, Aug 31, 2012 at 1:05 PM, Shanuka Gayashan <shanuka...@gmail.com
Luis Specian <lspe...@gmail.com> Sep 02 06:44PM -0300
Inside your Titanium IDE you go to the menu item on top *Help *and then
choose* Install specific Titanium SDK** *then from the browse file menu,
you choose the .zip file downloaded from TideSDK website.
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After that you should be able to create a New Project with TideSDK on your
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About Apple Lion, the second ss was tooked from a lion 10.7.4 vm
Rodrigo Costa <rod...@rscdev.net> Sep 02 03:41PM -0700
Thank you very much for the screenshots Luis!
BTW, I`ve got it but for some reason (that I do not know why) when I open
my *Titanium Studio >> NEW*, there isn`t that option to build for *Desktop
Project* as your screenshot shows. Instead, to get the option to start a
NEW Desktop Project I have to go FILE>> NEW >> OTHER >> TITANIUM and so
there are shown 3 options to build for that are: *Mobile Project*, *Mobile
Module Project* AND also the *Desktop Project. *:)
So, I started a new desktop project but I was surprised to see that there
were not any .js file (as the normal app.js) to start coding/editing. I
only found a .html file to start with and so I assume that I can build for
desktop but I have to "program" in HTML, am wrong? :S
Thanks one more time!
Em domingo, 2 de setembro de 2012 18h44min48s UTC-3, Luis Specian escreveu:
Luis Specian <lspe...@gmail.com> Sep 03 10:11AM -0300
It will also run HTML5 and CSS3.
Rodrigo Costa <rod...@rscdev.net> Sep 03 07:10AM -0700
BTW I`ve found only Python, Ruby and PHP at the link you passed, not
I think my question would be: The apps that I code for mobile can be built
Em segunda-feira, 3 de setembro de 2012 10h11min16s UTC-3, Luis Specian
Luis Specian <lspe...@gmail.com> Sep 03 03:11PM -0300
Ok, I don´t think you will be able to do that, since the code for mobile is
based on the TiApi that is build around the Device you are using (IOS or
Android), they have some in common but you have to be careful to run a app
in both, if I´m not mistaken there are some parts of the api that just run
on IOS and some just run on Android.
What you can do is a html desing that is responsive, and the publish as a
HTML view on mobile, and use the same to the desktop.
Rodrigo Costa <rod...@rscdev.net> Sep 03 11:36AM -0700
Luis, I really appreciate all the info you`ve shared with me here. I`ll
keep look into it and see what I can do.
Em segunda-feira, 3 de setembro de 2012 15h11min07s UTC-3, Luis Specian