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Titanium extension installation

Via the browser:

  1. In, type in Titanium and click the search icon or go directly to the extension here.
  2. Click Install once the extension opens up in VS Code.

In VS Code:

  1. Open the Extension view (View > Extension) or click the Extension icon .
  2. Type Titanium in the input field.
  3. Select the Titanium extension by Axway.
  4. Click the green Install button in the extension: Titanium panel.
  5. Reload VS Code.

Configuration settings

There are a variety of settings that you can use to customize Titanium extension to your needs.

To learn more about User and Workspace settings, review VS Code documentation.

To modify these settings, go to Settings and type in Titanium.

Setting nameDescriptionDefault value alias used for packaging Android applicationsNo Default to keystore used for packaging Android applicationsNo Default to enable LiveView when building applicationstrue
titanium.codeTemplates.jsFunctionEvent handler function template\nfunction ${text}(e){\n}\n
titanium.codeTemplates.tssClassStyle class (.) template\n'.${text}': {\n}\n
titanium.codeTemplates.tssIdStyle ID (#) template\n'#${text}': {\n}\n
titanium.codeTemplates.tssTagStyle tag template\n'${text}': {\n}\n
titanium.general.appcCommandPathSet the full path to the appc command if VS Code is unable to locate it.appc
titanium.general.displayBuildCommandInConsoleThe executed build command is written to the output channel to aid debugging. This will include password arguments.true
titanium.general.logLevelLogging level for commands being runinfo
titanium.general.useTerminalForBuildWhen true build/package commands will be run using the integrated terminal as opposed to using an output channel.true
titanium.package.distributionOutputDirectoryOutput directory for package builds.dist
titanium.project.defaultI18nLanguageDefault language to use for i18n autocomplete.en