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TitanUp is a library of utility functions for Titanium Mobile that provides a number of custom views like GalleryView, ViewPager, SimplePicker, ModalView, SelectBar, and utilities for building dynamic multi-density user interfaces, managing themes, and window management. Everything in TitanUp is designed to be cross-platform. My Titanium philosophy says that if you're not doing cross-platform development, why are you using Titanium in the first place? The way to maximize your benefit from the platform is to go cross-platform. TitanUp relies on some third-party Titanium modules for a couple of its views: - DrawerMenuWM: Ti.DrawerLayout (https://github.com/manumaticx/Ti.DrawerLayout) - GalleryView: (optional) TiTouchImageView (https://github.com/iotashan/TiTouchImageView/) If you aren't using these classes, you don't need to install these modules. This distribution includes a demo app that uses all the features of the library, so it should be fairly apparent how to use it. To use TitanUp, be sure to set your default unit to "dip" by adding this to your tiapp.xml: <property name="ti.ui.defaultunit">dip</property> The app will log a warning if you don't do this. Class overview TU.LocationManager - uses best practices for battery management on android, ios - callbacks when distance changes by a specific amount TU.Globals - convenient place to define global variables TU.Logger - very simple wrapper for Ti.API.(trace|debug|info|warn|error) functions; keeps a circular buffer of log messages so that the runtime can access the logs for field diagnosis of problems TU.Device - simple platform detection: ios/android (I find Titanium's functions cumbersome and inconsistent with their naming) - detect phone vs tablet - easy tests for key platform versions (iOS 7+, android 4+) TU.Context - tracks pause/resume for android TU.UI - centralized open/close window call that uses best practices for use with NavigationWindow on iOS; ties into TU.Context, monitors the depth of the window stack, integrates with window managers TU.UI.EventThrottle - prevents accidental double-firing of events on buttons (e.g. when you are opening a window in response to a button tap, the user might open two windows, which is obviously not intended) - hide/show navbar/actionbar convenience routines TU.UI.Theme - centralized set of definitions for colors and fonts - routines for scaling fonts and adjusting luminance of colors TU.UI.Sizer - convenience functions for dp-to-px conversions - computes appropriate pixel size of UI elements based on display density TU.UI.TWGM - tab-group window manager TU.UI.DrawerMenuWM - a "drawer menu" window manager (requires manumaticx's Ti.DrawerLayout module) TU.UI.OAWindow - an "orientation aware" window that registers an event listener for the orientationchange event, removing the listener when the window is closed to prevent memory leaks; fires its own orientationchange event which can be safely listened to in your code - filters out faceup/facedown, which in my experience, are not very useful - allows you to hide the ActionBar/NavBar when in landscape mode; this is particularly useful in apps that have a mix of windows that are locked to portrait and windows that support portrait and landscape; on iOS, closing a window in landscape when the underlying window doesn't support landscape can cause some nastiness; by hiding the NavBar, you can force the user to rotate the phone back to portrait before closing the window. - can call a layout callback when the window's rect has "settled"; during initialization and orientation change, you can get some weird rect values in the postlayout event listener; this filters out the noise so you can easily lay out your interface based on the real width/height TU.UI.Views.GalleryView - an image gallery view with a thumbnail view and a swipeable/zoomable full-size image view (zooming on android requires the org.iotashan.TiTouchImageView module) TU.UI.Views.ModalView - given a view, creates a modal overlay and displays the view TU.UI.Views.RemoteImageView - the standard ImageView does not fire events properly for remote images when ImageView is in a TableViewRow with touchEnabled=false; if your app needs to know that the image has been loaded, you can use this class instead; it isn't quite as smart as the ImageView, though -- the standard ImageView is smart enough to delay loading images until the images are shown on screen. RemoteImageView will attempt to load the images immediately. TU.UI.Views.SelectBar - a cross-platform group of selectable buttons TU.UI.Views.SimplePicker - a cross-platform selection box with a popup list view TU.UI.Views.TextField - a cross-platform text field that supports padding on android (standard TextField doesn't support padding, leading to some ugly forms on android); not 100% compatible with standard TextField; see example code. TU.UI.Views.ViewPager - cross-platform viewpager (uses ScrollableView) MIGRATING FROM VERSION 1.0 - set default units to dip in tiapp.xml - LocationManager: instead of new TU.LocationManager, use TU.getLocationManager() - Sizer: you don't need to use this much anymore; really only need it if you need to perform a calculation like "what size image file would I want to request from the server to fill a 300-dp ImageView at the display's native resolution?"