Getting Started with the Mobile Source

First, you need a Mac.  Next you will need the iPhone SDK.  Then you need to download Titanium from Appcelerator.  Once you have all of those items in place you are ready to start working with the source.  A word of caution.  The mobile app was written in less than a week and it was the first time I had worked with Titanium.  While everything does work, it can be better there are already a few things I want to change about the structure.  Feel free to make any suggestions. 

The first thing you should do is create a new Sample Project in Titanium.  Make sure that builds and runs in the iPhone emulator.  Then copy the Frowser source files into your new sample project and you are ready to go.

Last edited Aug 26, 2010 at 9:19 PM by ActiveModules, version 1

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