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Educational Pricing

We are a UK equivalent K12 school and would like to use titanium but the monthly cost is prohibitive. Do you plan on introducing educational pricing? I noticed a previous post from 7 months ago that had an answer stating it would be there in next 2/3 months but I cant see any sign of that. Thanks


— asked October 11th 2010 by Nigel Price
  • education
  • pricing
1 Comment
  • Hi Nigel,

    I'm engaged in a project for a Dutch highschool, which starts at the end of this month. The objective of the project is to develop an app in which users use several features of the mobile phone. I've written educational material for that project in Dutch. If the project is a success, we'll try to sell this material to other highschools.

    If there is demand for it in UK/USA, I could translate it in English (and expand it).


    Mark Aalderink

    — commented October 13th 2010 by Mark Aalderink

4 Answers

  • Free it's too expensive for you ?

    Titanium it's free and can be used free for either free or commercial apps. You have to pay only if you want official support or access to BlackBerry beta.

    — answered October 11th 2010 by Dan Tamas
  • Daniel
    I realise it's free but the support is way too expensive for a school. We need to be able to see the training videos and get help when stuck, although if we had access to the video training at least I doubt we would need much support time. Access to sample apps especially for remote data access etc would be useful. Thanks


    — answered October 11th 2010 by Nigel Price
    1 Comment
    • The Kitchen Sink apps have wealth of information in there. You could go from 0 to 60 in just a few days just from picking through that code.

      — commented October 11th 2010 by Dave F
  • Hi Nigel

    Here are some videos you can take a look at

    or simply search appcelerator in the vimeo site, will popup more, uploaded by the users.

    As D Fish said, the Kitchen Sink is he best place to look and of course this forum, and this thread is a very good start


    Here is another place to look


    Hope this will will help you more.

    — answered October 12th 2010 by Dan Tamas
  • Thanks. I've looked at kitchen sink and find it useful but where I need more detail is for accessing data remotely etc. If there was a complete project showing a backend .net server web service being used with titanium that would be good.

    — answered October 14th 2010 by Nigel Price
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