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Appcelerator Titanium at Mobile 2.0

Yesterday I gave a presentation about the future of mobile development at the Mobile 2.0 conference in Mountain View, California. It was the battle of the current emerging players in the space (if you could call it a “battle”) : Appcelerator, Rhomobile and Phonegap. Of course, all three of us have much different approaches to the market and different business models. And, consequently, I think all three of us are doing fine thank you very much. I like to think that we’re helping the entire industry improve by making it easier, cheaper and faster to build next generation mobile applications using web technologies.

Embedded below was my presentation, updated with some of the new stuff that has just come out in Appcelerator Titanium 0.7.

In Titanium 0.7 we released some super awesome mobile goodness like native Social APIs into Facebook, Yahoo and Twitter, module extensibility (see the awesome OpenGL demo or camera overlay demo) and lots of new UI widgets.

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Jeff Haynie is co-founder and CEO of Appcelerator. He started Appcelerator to provide a true open-source solution to enterprise RIA and SOA-based services development, after growing frustrated by the limited options and complexity in other solutions through his own development work. Prior to starting Appcelerator, Haynie served as co-founder and CTO of Vocalocity and CTO of eHatchery, an extension of Bill Gross? ideaLab. Haynie is an expert software developer and entrepreneur. Haynie has been active in standards development, as well as a contributor to open-source projects, including early work on JBoss. For more on Jeff Haynie, visit his blog at