Titanium Android Modules

Monday 5th July, 2010 at 5:51 pm 3 comments

We’ve been beavering away working on our mobile client and where possible we’ve wrapped up parcels of code into module for Titanium.

We’ve a few out and available now – most are ready for use – a few are still in beta.

The modules available for Android are:

Paypal (Mobile payments) – http://github.com/dasher/titanium_mobile/tree/integration-paypal

UrbanAirship (Push notifications) – http://github.com/dasher/titanium_mobile/tree/integration-airship

AdMob & Smaata (Mobile ads) – http://github.com/dasher/titanium_mobile/tree/integration-ads

Google Maps (overlays & Polygons) – http://github.com/dasher/titanium_mobile/tree/master-integration

A pull request has been done to Appcelerator for integration with Titanium – so with luck they’ll appear in mainline sometime soon 🙂


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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Iphone  |  Monday 18th April, 2011 at 8:52 pm


    Do you have Titanium SDK 1.5.2 working with your admob module for Android ?

    The 1.3.2 Titanium SDK has many problems.


    • 2. brainhax  |  Saturday 26th November, 2011 at 6:43 pm

      how did you use these modules in titanium ?

  • 3. Kyle  |  Thursday 19th April, 2012 at 7:53 pm

    Have any hints on how Urban Airship can work with Titanium? I’ve been unable to get it to function with Studio 2.0.


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