Bubbling effect and its solution using corona SDK

Introduction :
The bubbling effect is a very common issue produced while developing cross platform mobile applications.

Bubbling Effect?? What’s that ??
Let’s assume a layout in which we have a parent box having a child box and both of them having their own click/touch event. Now if anyone clicked/touched the child box, ideally event associated with the child box should get fired. But here, along with this the event associated with its parent box will also gets fired.
Meaning on click of child box, both the events associated with child and its parent gets fired. Let’s get the solution for this issue, which is described in below screen cast.

Summary :
The above video described the bubbling effect caused in an app and the solution to handle this issue using Corona SDK.

THAT’S IT

Presented By: Raju Mahato, Software Developer, Mindfire Solutions

Slider as progress bar using Titanium

Introduction :
Slider API generally used to select value from defined range of values, where as with little modification we can use the same API to design progress bar which can be used to display the amount of work done of a long process. For example, progress bar can be displayed while uploading or downloading any content.

Summary :
Referring to the above video, I have described the way to use slider API to make progress bar using Titanium.

THAT’S IT

Presented By: Raju Mahato, Software Developer, Mindfire Solutions

Scrollview as TableView with Titanium

Introduction :
With multiple view added vertically on a scrollview looks as a tableview on a screen. By adding views one after another to scrollview, we can change that scrollview as a tableview with Titanium.

Summary :
Referring to the above video, it describe the use of scrollview as tableview using Alloy in Titanium.

THAT’S IT

Presented By: Raju Mahato, Software Developer, Mindfire Solutions

Scrollable view using Titanium

Introduction :
There might be a scenario, where we have list of view which need to be displayed one at a time. On swipe the views will be changed. Titanium has properties called as ‘ScrollableView’ which can help us to meet our requirement.

Summary :
Using above video, we came to know the use of scrollableview to have view swipping effect using Titanium with Alloy.

THAT’S IT

Presented By: Raju Mahato, Software Developer, Mindfire Solutions

ScrollView API in Titanium

Introduction :
To display large context on a small place with a limited place, then usually we make the contents scrollable, where with scrolling we can view all of those contents within that space.
Titanium provides API called ‘ScrollView’, which can be used to contents scrollable data.

Summary :
Using above video I have described the way to use of scrollview API using Titanium with Alloy.

THAT’S IT

Presented By: Raju Mahato, Software Developer, Mindfire Solutions

Disable scrollview bounce effect with Titanium

Introduction :
When we scroll down and scroll up, at top end and bottom end respectively, we can see bounce effect at those positions. Titanium provides property to the scrollview, using which we can resctrict that effect.

Summary :
With the above video I have described the way to block the bounce effect on scrollview in an app built with titanium.

THAT’S IT

Presented By: Raju Mahato, Software Developer, Mindfire Solutions