Hi, tried writing a very simple ES6 class in Titanium app but it’s failing with “Unexpected token: name (class)” — According to what you’ve said it should be supported. Am I missing something? do I need to upgrade via NPM like you showed in your article to get native ES6 support?
BTW — I’m used to doing updates of SDK and Alloy when studio pops up that there is an update. If I do npm install as you suggested — is it GA release? will I still get updates from studio later on?
Once I do that I’m getting compiler error:
[INFO] : — — — MVC GENERATION — — -
[INFO] : [global style] loading from cache…
[INFO] : [index.xml] view processing…
[INFO] : style: “index.tss”
[INFO] : view: “index.xml”
No I don’t work for free. But when paying for an app, and then having to pay more after you have payed for it to start with is doing wrong with your users.
If up-front they have stated that the app is with a monthly fee then I would have reconsidered using a different app. I chose to pay. And they keep improving the app with…
So basically you’re saying, we payed for the app (while there are others out there for free), but now you want to make more money so what we have payed for until now stays (thanks, really!), and you’re making “premium” features that if we will want to enjoy them we will need to pay more? No thanks!
Can data be exported from the app?
So true. Really reflect my feelings. Especially the part about the community.
Honestly I tried moving to react, but react is not where Titanium is today — and that’s disappointing. I don’t feel like taking all the crap I did with Titanium in its early days but with a new platform…
When did you try to use is last?
I have no problems debugging or doing anything with the platform. And now with Hyperloop coming — a while new ball game — forget about the bridge — React just now started doing what titanium been doing for years.
I suggest checking out Appcelerator Titanium. Also OSS. Unified controls with specific behavior for the specific platform. Also check Alloy — you won’t need all that if statements if you want controls for specific platforms.