On July 1st, 2022 Alabama non-profit software foundation TiDev, Inc. released the latest “General Availability” version of their Titanium development software. This release is the first version shipped since TiDev, Inc. ownership and management control of the Titanium software from publicly traded Arizona corporation Axway, Inc (AXW.PA).
In commenting on the new Titanium software release, TiDev, Inc. Board Chairman Josh Lambert provided the following statement:
“We’re thrilled to ship our first community release of Titanium for use by developers around the world. When we started our foundation, one of our goals was to ensure that Titanium remained actively developed and maintained for years to come. Titanium SDK 11 and CLI 6.1.0 being released to the public developer community is our first major step in meeting that goal. I couldn’t be more pleased that this wast accomplished soon after our community stepped up and assumed on-going responsibility for this mobile development platform. We have a great developer community and I’m proud to call myself a member of the Titanium family.”
This release was the result of 62+ feature and bug-fix contributions added to Titanium from TiDev staff and volunteers around the world.
In the latest version of Titanium, both iOS and Android apps will benefit from stability and performance improvements. For Android development, Java 17 is now supported without encountering errors. There is also improved support for round corners on Android 12+. For iOS development, adaptive gradients for dark mode have been fixed as well as multi-selection event issues in ListViews. This is an addition to a large number of other bug fixes and cleanup/refactoring in the platform code. A full list of changes can be found in the change logs for the SDK and CLI:
SDK Changes: https://titaniumsdk.com/guide/Titanium_SDK/Titanium_SDK_Release_Notes/Titanium_SDK_Release_Notes_11.x/Titanium_SDK_11.0.0.GA_Release_Note.html
CLI Changes: https://github.com/tidev/titanium/releases/tag/v6.1.0
For more information, please review the official post for this release on the TiDev blog here: