VirtualScroller 1.2.1 released

I just released version 1.2.1 of VirtualScroller. This minor update adds two enhancements: Any number of items (at least 1) is supported. If less than 6 items are specified, the VirtualScroller falls back on a standard ScrollableView with the fancy scroll logic disabled. This is transparent to developers and users. Resolves issue 3. VirtualScroller automatically […]

Detecting a touch screen in Titanium

I looked through the Titanium documentation and user boards, but I couldn’t find a simple way to detect whether a device has a touch screen (as opposed to a trackball). Obviously, all iDevices will have touch screens, so this code is really meant for Android and web deployments. Here is my very primitive (but functional) […]

Using Appcelerator Titanium with Android on 64-bit Windows 7

If anyone else is having trouble with the combo of Titanium, the Android SDK, and Windows 7 64-bit, then maybe this post if for you. It took me a few hours to get right. Upon clicking “Android Emulator” under the Run button, I was receiving errors about jarsigner and java missing. Here’s what you have […]

VirtualScroller: A Titanium module supporting memory-efficient finite and infinite scrolling

Time to release something new. I’ve been working on a little project to develop an Android app. I’ve chosen Titanium because the app is simple (no network connectivity, sensor interaction, maps, etc.) and the learning curve for Titanium is low. I had been working with the Android SDK for about a week (very frustrating), and […]