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Augmented Reality using Appcelerator Titanium Starter

By : Trevor Ward
Book Image

Augmented Reality using Appcelerator Titanium Starter

By: Trevor Ward

Overview of this book

Titanium Mobile has quickly become the platform of choice for many mobile developers and is growing and changing at a rapid rate. From the implementation of CommonJS, Cloud Services, MVC design patterns and more, the last year in Titanium development has been a roller coaster of change for the better. Augmented Reality is a hot area for mobile applications and this book along with the augmentedTi open source application will give a great start to all augmented applications. This book will show you how to build an Augmented Reality application, which is clean, efficient and usable. It shows how to hide the processing from the user and build a display which updates and rotates smoothly.Mobile devices have got more powerful, but they still have limitations. Augmented Reality applications test these devices to breaking point and without the correct coding techniques make the applications unresponsive and cumbersome.This book gives a solution, which will enable you to build an effective application, and is accompanied by a complete working application and source code. It's essential for anybody who is creating a multiple points of interest augmented reality application. It shows how to build this type of application efficiently and takes into consideration the devices limitations and processing capabilities.
Table of Contents (9 chapters)
Augmented Reality using Appcelerator Titanium Starter
Credits
Foreword
www.PacktPub.com
www.PacktLib.PacktPub.com
About the author
About the reviewers
Index

About the author

Trevor Ward has been developing business applications for over 20 years. Starting as a Cobol Developer, he has worked on various large scale projects that included the Y2K issues. Moving into web development in the late 90s using Perl, HTML, JavaScript, and Oracle, he was a part of the team that developed internal business applications for Jaguar cars.

After moving on, he was able to update his skills for Ruby on Rails and Adobe Flex, before 18 months ago picking up on the mobile development platform. He uses Titanium exclusively for mobile development and is an Appcelerator Titan (community expert), TCAD and TCE qualified, and spends as much time as possible, answering questions on the forums.