X-Code is an integrated SDK (Software Development Kit). It comes pre-packaged with a compiler. The top toolbar in X-Code is the Compiler and Views toolbar.
This is an introductory level class that teaches how to make mobile applications. No prior programming experience required. This class is equally valuable to programmers and non-programmers. Students that have attended this class have come from a variety of backgrounds both technical and non-technical. Class recorded in front of a live audience. Material reflects student questions and feedback.
The left column of X-Code is referred to as the Navigator. The navigator allows access to the resources for your application.
The right column of X-Code is referred to as the Utility Toolbar of Utility Navigator. This section covers the features of the Utility Navigator. The Utility Navigator allows for the customization of UI (User Interface) components of X-Code.
We learn more about the features of the Utility Navigator by creating a simple application. The design of the application is shared and the functionality options are laid out and the application is designed using Storyboard.
In this part of the example we code our application. The fundamental concept of programming is covered along with a more detailed dive into the prepackaged frameworks. The .h and .m files are explained and the application is tested.
Titanium is a cross platform mobile application development kit that can be used for making applications for iPhone, iPad, Android, Blackberry as well as Hybrid HTML5. Titanium works both on Windows and MAC.