Archive for the ‘release_2.0’ Category

UDID Changes for 2.0

Thursday, April 12th, 2012

Hi Titanium Developers,

The Titanium 2.0 release is just around the corner! One of the changes coming in this release covers the way in which we uniquely identify devices for our integrated analytics product. Apple has recently made changes to their review process affecting applications that use the unique device identifier property, now deprecated in their SDK. As per common industry practices, our analytics product had used this value to anonymously track usage data for application developers.

Now that this property cannot be used on iOS, we have changed our analytics product to now generate a random value upon installation that will act as a unique identifier for an application install. For all applications packaged with Titanium 2.0, this new value will be used to track analytics, even in the case where an existing Titanium app is updated with 2.0. As a result, you may notice some artificial jumps in your install data in analytics, as existing application installs start reporting analytics with this new value.

This issue will not affect Android applications at all. If you have any comments or concerns with regard to UDID and how we are (no longer) handling it inside Titanium for 2.0, please contact

Join Us for the Titanium Mobile 2.0 Worldwide Release Parties

Tuesday, April 10th, 2012

Update: Webinar links and full schedule are now available here:

Original Post:

On Thursday, April 19th and Friday, April 20th, Titanium developer communities all around the world will be coming together to talk about the upcoming Titanium 2.0 release, which we anticipate hitting our update servers in the very near future. Our current listing of confirmed meetups is coming together here:

Check the current list of launch events.

Webinar and live streaming events from the local venue and Appcelerator HQ, featuring Q&A with the Appcelerator team, will take place at 7pm local time at the following locations:

More details on the streaming content and agenda will be added to this blog post, and to the meetup event pages in the next 24 hours. So if you don’t live near one of the launch venues, you can still participate using the magic of the internet! The overall meetup agendas will vary somewhat from party to party, but we’re providing the low down on the latest 2.0 features, sample apps, and sweet hook ups for Titanium developers. Interested in throwing your own party? Add your location (and a link to RSVP!) in the wiki page linked above, and shoot a mail to community at appcelerator dot com. We’ll be happy to help you with presentation content and other pointers for making your event a success.

Thanks for being Titanium developers, and we can’t wait to share 2.0 with you!