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Titanium Mobile sounds almost too good to be true, is it?
Titanium Mobile sounds almost too good to be true, is it? I have seen such tools/claims come and go over my 25 year career, is this one worth my trouble to investigate? I only recently started doing some Android develop/playing around and am certainly no expert on it but am finding it hard to believe someone has created a SKD/development environment that can abstract/create/use another language like java script (not an expert in that my any means either) that one can create any type of complex app that then could be run on Android and IOS (what about Windows Mobile?). Just keeping up with the API on Android would be no small task in itself. I always thought the solution to this problem would be a Java VM for IOS.And to claim to run as effectively as a native app? Im really skeptical of that. But certainly would like to hear that it is all that is advertised.