TiLauncher is a free, lightweight build utility and app console for Titanium SDK and PLATINO projects.
Launch apps in the Simulator and build for device (testing and deployment).
Save build settings on a per-project basis (automatically reloads most recent project upon launching the app).
View console/logcat output while your app is running (in the same window)
Develop without needing the heavy-weight Titanium Studio (Eclipse) or the advanced Titanium Command-Line Interface to test apps or make builds.
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For those who missed it, Lanica launched a
Game Development Platform earlier this week, which includes an entire product line for all phases of game development. This post will focus only on ANIMO Code, which is just a single product in the entire suite.
ANIMO Code is a full-featured integrated development environment (IDE) for PLATINO, Titanium SDK, and Corona SDK projects. You read that right: you can use ANIMO Code even if you haven’t yet switched over to Lanica’s Game Engine (PLATINO).
And while I’m obviously biased, I’m also very picky when it comes to development tools (especially anything that includes a text editor). I can definitely see myself having not written this post on my personal website if I did not in-fact like—nay, love—the product.
And here’s why…
ANIMO Code is a full-featured IDE, but it performs like a simple text editor. Here’s a screenshot of my Activity Monitor showing Xcode, Titanium Studio, and ANIMO Code all running:
As you can see, of the three, ANIMO Code takes up the least amount of resources and you can feel it!