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  1. Debugging Android Apps with 3rd-party Tools

    UpdatedSeptember 12, 2019 9:47 pm

    Publication: Appcelerator Studio

    Debugging Android Apps with 3rd-party Tools Android developers can debug using Chrome DevTools with Titanium SDK 7.0.x and later. Searching for iOS Debugging? Here you go! Debugging with Chrome DevTools Launch the app/build on the device or a simulator. Note:

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  2. Administration API for the Developer Toolbox

    UpdatedSeptember 12, 2019 9:47 pm

    Publication: Appcelerator Studio

    Administration API for the Developer Toolbox About This document provides the Admin API for the developer toolbox usage. Design & Background The Developer Toolbox is designed to interact with the Studio through a controller-action mechanism that uses JSON to pass

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  3. API Builder Development

    UpdatedSeptember 12, 2019 9:47 pm

    Publication: Appcelerator Studio

    API Builder Development You can use Appcelerator Studio to manage your API Builder projects. In Studio, you can create a new project, code your service and API endpoints, then test your project locally. Once you are done testing your project,

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  4. App Designer Overview

    UpdatedSeptember 12, 2019 9:47 pm

    Publication: Appcelerator Studio

    App Designer Overview Introduction The Appcelerator App Designer is an integrated WYSIWYG layout design tool for developing mobile applications using Appcelerator Titanium. App Designer features two views: Design and XML . The Design view allows you to have an editor

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  5. App Designer Quick Start Guide

    UpdatedSeptember 12, 2019 9:47 pm

    Publication: Appcelerator Studio

    App Designer Quick Start Guide Studio Setup A good way to get started with App Designer is to create a new Alloy project. This section will walk you through the basics of setting up a new Alloy project and get

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  6. App Preview

    UpdatedSeptember 12, 2019 9:47 pm

    Publication: Appcelerator Studio

    App Preview Overview App Preview is a new Appcelerator Studio feature that allows you to distribute beta versions of your apps to testers and stakeholders. Users should be able to upload their beta apps to App Preview. App Preview supports

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  7. App Preview CLI Hook

    UpdatedSeptember 12, 2019 9:47 pm

    Publication: Appcelerator Studio

    App Preview CLI Hook Titanium has an CLI hook that you can use to deploy builds to App Preview. CLI usage The most common usage of the CLI are as follows: iOS appc run -p ios -T dist-adhoc --app-preview or

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  8. Aptana Core Release Notes

    UpdatedSeptember 12, 2019 9:47 pm

    Publication: Appcelerator Studio

    Aptana Core Release Notes This content has moved to https://github.com/aptana/studio3/wiki/Release-Notes

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  9. Axway Appcelerator Studio

    UpdatedSeptember 12, 2019 9:47 pm

    Publication: Appcelerator Studio

    Axway Appcelerator Studio Studio Documentation and Guides Appcelerator and Titanium Studio are extended versions of Aptana Studio , the professional, open source, Integrated Development Environment (IDE) tool for web development. In addition to Aptana Studio's web features, Titanium Studio adds

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  10. Axway Appcelerator Studio Getting Started

    UpdatedSeptember 12, 2019 9:47 pm

    Publication: Appcelerator Studio

    Axway Appcelerator Studio Getting Started Axway Appcelerator Studio is an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) to build an enterprise level cross-platform mobile applications using the Titanium SDK. It's built based on the Eclipse, an open source and most widely used IDE.

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  11. Axway Appcelerator Studio Release Notes

    UpdatedSeptember 12, 2019 9:47 pm

    Publication: Appcelerator Studio

    Axway Appcelerator Studio Release Notes Studio 5.1.4.GA - 12 September 2019 Studio 5.1.4 is a patch release that includes one improvement and three bug fixes. As of this GA release, the previous Studio patch release is no longer supported. End

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  12. Basic Concepts

    UpdatedSeptember 12, 2019 9:47 pm

    Publication: Appcelerator Studio

    Basic Concepts In an Eclipse-based IDE, the Workbench is a desktop environment where you create and manage projects. The workbench consists of Editors and Views organized into Perspectives . The workbench consists of several different components as described below. The

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  13. Bookmarks View

    UpdatedSeptember 12, 2019 9:47 pm

    Publication: Appcelerator Studio

    Bookmarks View Chapters This page explains what the Bookmarks View is and how to display it. Introduction The Bookmarks View lists all of your bookmarks in all of your open projects. Add bookmarks to places in your code that you

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  14. Browser

    UpdatedSeptember 12, 2019 9:47 pm

    Publication: Appcelerator Studio

    Browser Actions Requirements The examples in this page use the Prototype library, which is included by default inside a portal. However, the same concepts may be applied using other implementations. Invocation This command is executed immediately in a synchronous way.

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  15. Browser Class

    UpdatedSeptember 12, 2019 9:47 pm

    Publication: Appcelerator Studio

    Browser Class The Browser class contains methods and properties for interacting with a browser inside Studio Usage Examples of how you might interact with methods of the browser class. Instance: context.browser.open(url, :browser => :default) Browser Methods Currently the Browser object

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  16. Building Aptana Studio

    UpdatedSeptember 12, 2019 9:47 pm

    Publication: Appcelerator Studio

    Building Aptana Studio Icon Aptana Studio is licensed under the terms of the GNU Public License. See http://www.aptana.com/legal/ for questions regarding using the Aptana Studio source in other open-source or commercial products. If you create and distribute a derivative work,

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  17. Bundles View

    UpdatedSeptember 12, 2019 9:47 pm

    Publication: Appcelerator Studio

    Bundles View Overview The Bundles View contains detailed information on all bundle folders and scripts that contribute to a given bundle. Bundles utilize an inheritance and override mechanisms that may be challenging to troubleshoot. The Bundles View gives you insight

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  18. Capistrano Deployment

    UpdatedSeptember 12, 2019 9:47 pm

    Publication: Appcelerator Studio

    Capistrano Deployment Introduction if you're unfamiliar with Capistrano, it's best to take a look at their documentation first to become familiar with it as a tool: https://github.com/capistrano/capistrano/wiki Capistrano Integration Pre-requisites Icon We assume that you have installed the 'capistrano' gem

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  19. Changing the Studio UI into a Different Language

    UpdatedSeptember 12, 2019 9:47 pm

    Publication: Appcelerator Studio

    Changing the Studio UI into a Different Language Contents Overview This page discusses how to switch the Aptana Studio interface to a different langauge, such as Japanese or Chinese You can change the language of the user interface to a

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  20. Changing the Update Type

    UpdatedSeptember 12, 2019 9:47 pm

    Publication: Appcelerator Studio

    Changing the Update Type To change the update type, open Studio Preferences, select the Studio > Updates item, then select the update type you want to use. Select Preferences : On Windows, Preferences is found under the Window menu. On

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