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Appcelerator / Titanium 2.0 SDK 101: Mobile App Development Intro & Showcase

Appcelerator is coordinating a worldwide Titanium meetup to mark the launch of theTitanium Mobile 2.0 SDK. This worldwide meetup with take place on Thursday April 19th at 7:00pm EST

"Do you have an Idea so big that it needs to be on the iPhone, Android and Blackberry? Try Appcelerator as your cross-platform solution"

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The meetup will also serve as a showcase of the Appcelerator cross-platform framework. Appcelerator is a javascript based framework that allows you to develop native mobile applications using one central code base. As a business owner, you will no longer need to actively pursue an Objective C developer, a Java developer, or a back-end manager. The framework allows you to spend less time team building, and more time developing business. 

This meetup will be a combined event co-hosted with Just Dev It (One).

Venue will be determined based on RSVP.  We may alsostream live if actual members attendance meets established quotas.

We will discuss the benefits and business cases for Appcelerator. You will also learn about Appcelerator's growth and adoption by enterprise companies. Finally, we will showcase some cool applications that were built with Appcelerator and explain how to get started. At the end of the meetup we will talk about free training on Appcelerator, so that you can expand on what you have learned.

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  • James S.

    I would like to see people submit a list of code questions or examples they want to see in advanced and for what reasons. This way the presenters can tailor their presentation and we can all see some cool in depth discussions about the technical intricacies.

    April 20, 2012

  • Bill M.

    Brian gave a good overview, and it was very useful to have Aaron in attendance as well to answer some of the Q&A questions.

    April 20, 2012

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