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Comparison of mobile app frameworks: Iphone, Java, Phonegap and Titanium

By : Shabda Raaj

I recently built the same app with the common mobile technologies, Obj-C, Android:Java, Phonegap, and Titanium .

This is a quick comparison of the app frameworks.

Miscellaneous notes

  1. Phonegap and Titanium both amazed me. It feels very empowering to code in Html, css and JS, test it in Chrome, debug it with firebug, and deploy to a device without any changes. Titanium UI widgets are native, building it with JS was very cool.
  2. Phonegap and Titanium both underwhelmed me. I assumed Phonegap would have widgets which would be 95% of the way to looking like native widgets. It was easy ...

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Getting started with Titanium development for Android and Iphone

By : Shabda Raaj

This is the third post in our mobile app development series. ( You may want to read Phonegap and Android with Java.)

Like last time we will build an App which allows calculating the tax payable, per the rules here. We will use Titanium Mobile

Installing Titanium

Download and install the fairly small Titanium from their sites. Once you download and start it, it will download and install more components. You can then create a new project from their UI.

Layout the Layout

You can add UI widgets and lay them out using Javascript. You need to use Titanium's API ...

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Getting started with PhoneGap using Xcode for Mobile app development

By : Shabda Raaj

This is next in the series of apps I am building using various mobile technologies. It is the same app as build using Java for Android for calculating the Tax payable (in India). You can get the code for Objective-C, Java-Android, and PhoneGap.

First the impressions

Phonegap was the easiest to work with among the Objective-C, Java and PhoneGap, by far. I created the app as easily as

Step 1. Write the app and test it in Browser using the Chrome developer tools. Step 2. Start a project in Xcode. Step 3. Copy the HTML and CSS files to project ...

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Starting Android app developement: From zero to app

By : Shabda Raaj

We recently started with Mobile Application development. I am learning Android using the Commonsware book, and highly recommend it. This is a very short guide to getting you running your first Android app.

What will we build

We will build a simple tax calculator for India, per the rules given here for tax calculation. In this app, we need to gets users income and various tax deductible expenses. After that we need to update the UI to show the tax. You can see the final app and code on github here.

Setting up

  1. Install Java and Eclipse
  2. Install Android SDK ...

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