- Tapa blanda: 384 páginas
- Editor: John Wiley & Sons Inc; Edición: 1 (26 de diciembre de 2014)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1118673255
- ISBN-13: 978-1118673256
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Build robust, native apps without learning Objective-C or Java
- Get acquainted with Appcelerator Titanium Alloy and the associated cloud services
- Capture and store photos and enable sharing between Facebook (R), e-mail, and Twitter (R)
- Integrate user accounts, comments, reviews, Friends features, and location-based services
- Deploy your app to the App Store and Google Play(TM) to reach a customer base of millions
Appcelerator Titanium is an open-source, cross-platform mobile application development framework that allows you to get your app to market fast using existing skills and powerful tools. If you want to tap into the enormous global market, get started with this all-encompassing guide.
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So, that's sort of the info that you'll get from reading the Table of Contents. Let me emphasize that the real value of this book is showing you how to work with Alloy's Models and Collections, and sync adapters. These concepts are a huge stumbling block for a lot of Titanium developers. Developers either "roll their own" solutions or create messy, jumbled code rather than using the framework properly.
Aaron shows you the basics, like binding a model or collection to a view so that your UI updates automatically as your data changes. But he also shows you how you should be connecting to REST services by creating custom sync adapters. This is how you keep your code clean and DRY. He makes Backbone, sync adapters, and models/collections a whole lot less mysterious and difficult. Excellent stuff!
Not using ACS? The techniques he shows can be used with any REST endpoint. Make sure to check out Aaron's GitHub account. He posts lots of great sample code there, including apps that connect to other REST backends.
Books take a long time to write, edit, and publish. Titanium and Alloy (plus iOS and Android) have advanced since Aaron wrote some passages. But because he posts updated code and notes to GitHub, I don't think it's a serious problem for this book. I found nothing that would lead you down a dead end. Instead, there were a few small things I spotted, like Alloy supports data binding on more controls than the View and TableView as he wrote in one of the first chapters. Besides, the real value is seeing how he puts everything together and that doesn't change with a few new Titanium features here and there.
While it's obviously aimed at those new to Titanium, experienced developers will also learn something valuable from reading this book.
(Disclosure: I work for Appcelerator on the Tooling team maintaining the Alloy framework. I bought & paid for my copy of the book myself, read it on my own time, and got no compensation for reading or reviewing it.)
Good to read, understand.
I could waited long time to publish this book.