I'm new to app development, so bear with me if I'm missing something simple.
Yesterday I installed the xCode and iOS SDK along with the Android SDK. I also installed Titanium Developer and the Kitchen Sink. Right from the start it hasn't been working properly, I cannot create a new mobile project under the 1.4.2 or the 1.5.0 nightly build SDKs. I get the "error creating project" message. I can however create a project under the 1.2.0 SDK, and change the SDK to 1.4.2 or 1.5.0, but then I have no Android support. It doesn't show the Android tab under Run Emulator and under the Distribute and Run On Device tabs it says that this project isn't configured for Android. I do have the Android tab under Run Emulator for the Kitchen Sink, but the SDK and Screen options just say loading and never allow me to set up the AVD.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
for Android, the usual problem is that you need to install ALL of the SDKs listed to get Titanium to function properly
for your problems with iPhone, I would need more information.
Thanks for the quick reply Aaron.
I already downloaded all of the available files through the Android SDK. I have no issues with iPhone, that's working fine.
For those with the same issue:
Figured it out. Apparently Titanium doesn't like the Android SDK to be in the root folder. Before I had it at /android-sdk, set it to /Users/Pat/Desktop/Apps/android-sdk and it works like a charm. The Getting Started guide actually recommends putting the SDK in your root, so I'll shoot them an e-mail about that.
Hope this helps someone else!
I have all of the SDK's downloaded, but I'm getting this issue, too. It's not in the root, either. It is, however, in a separate drive. Don't know if that might be the cause?