December 16, 2010
Unlikely most platforms which are mobile-only, Titanium also provides a desktop SDK for development of apps that run in a PC browser and can process development languages such as Ruby, Python, and PHP.
Appcelerator, the company who produces Titanium, has released the core technology under open source. However, they have announced they will release optional cloud services which will cost money such as application packaging services, distribution services, ecommerce, advertising, etc.
Titanium Professional is $1,399 (including current discount of 40%) and includes access to support engineers, 2-day response times, access to a ticket tracking system, and 6 hours of video training.
Pros and Cons:
You will need to distribute your own app through the app stores.
You’ll have to build a separate web version if you want to run it in a mobile browser.
It’s perhaps the easiest way to build a native app.
Mobile App Examples:
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (iPhone)