This document describes the system environments that are compatible with Titanium. Any components that fall outside of the min/max version ranges shown are considered not to be compatible.
Some information about legacy Titanium SDK versions is included here solely for reference. Thus, only the following releases are officially supported:
Be aware that any components notated as Pre-release are not officially supported. This includes Beta, Developer Preview, and Release Candidate versions, as well as any development SDKs released via the Continuous Builds download site.
Titanium is supported on the following Operating Systems:
See Titanium SDK Quick Start for setup guide for further instructions.
Titanium can provide a development environment for third-party mobile platforms where a Software Development Kit (SDK) has been made available by the platform vendor. With this in mind, development with the following combinations of Operating Systems and SDKs are possible:
Unified CLI Includes
Unified CLI Version
Cloud CLI Version
Titanium CLI Version
Unified CLI Version
Min Node Version
Max Node Version
Mobile Web has been deprecated in Titanium SDK 6.0.0 and will be removed in 7.0.0. It does not require any additional tools or SDKs except for testing mobile web applications, which can be previewed either on a desktop browser or the Android emulator.
Note that the Mobile Web platform is designed to build applications for mobile browsers, not applications for desktop browsers. Desktop browsers are recommended only for previewing and debugging Mobile Web applications.
The following desktop browsers are recommended for previewing and debugging applications:
- Google Chrome
- Firefox (with Firebug extension)
Refer to the Android requirements and instructions below for installing the Android SDK, which contains the Android emulator.
The following tools are required for native add-on module development or building the Titanium SDK from source. These tools are not required for mobile application development with the Titanium SDK.
See Installing Python for detailed instructions.