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tiConf / BackBase

  • Glimworm HQ

    Eerste Weteringplantsoen 8, Amsterdam (map)

    52.359291 4.889469

  • Just 3 days after tiConf Europe, we'll be having our monthly meetup. If you couldn't make it to tiConf we'll give you all the good bits in just 20 minutes. Phil Mander will share why Backbase choose Titanium as their mobile solution and how they're now using it. A third talk is to be announced.

    As always, we'll start with free pizza & drinks at 19:00, but you're welcome to crash at the Glimworm lounge straight from work after 17:30.


    • 19:00 Free pizza & drinks

    • 19:30 Welcome

    • 19:40 Talk #1: tiConf roundup

    • 20:00 Talk #2: Phil Mander, Backbase Case Study

    • 20:20 Talk #3: TBA (interested?)

    • 20:40 More drinks, Q&A etc.

    Talk #1: tiConf roundup

    One or more people who attended tiConf will try to summarize all highlights for you.

    Talk #2: Phil Mander, Backbase Case Study

    Phil Mander is a Web Architect at Backbase. Backbase's Portal product aggregates widgets (packaged web apps) into one seamless user experience on the desktop. They just started using Titanium to develop hybrid mobile applications, that use the portal, with a mix of the existing web content and dedicated native components. Phil will give a quick tour of the framework they developed with Titanium and talk about the pros and cons of the approach and the problems they faced.

    Talk #3: Wienke Giezeman, Hacking you Ti SDK

    Wienke will share how to hack the Titanium SDK without touching the actual code itself. Using modules you can extend and even override Titanium API methods while still being able to switch SDK versions at any time. Great for exposing that extra feature you need!


    Interested in sharing from your (fresh) experience with Titanium? A case study, shameless self promotion, gotcha, walkthrough, code snippet.. we love it all the same! Mail me at[masked].

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Got an e-mail this morning. When do we know if this is going to happen or be cancelled?

    June 30, 2014

  • Ivo T.

    Would like to join you all, unfortunately I have other obligations.. If it would be moved to next week that would be great.

    June 30, 2014


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