The Titanium SDK includes a few predefined themes. You can use these themes in your application rather than creating your own.
NOTE: Do not create a theme with the same name as a predefined theme.
|Theme Name||SDK Version||Description|
Theme based off the Android SDKs default AppCompat theme with the splash screen image as the default background.
Prior to 3.3.0, displays the title bar.
Since 3.3.0 and later, hides the action and title bar.
|Theme.AppCompat.Translucent||3.4.0||Theme based off the AppCompat theme with a transparent background and a solid action bar|
|Theme.AppCompat.Translucent.NoTitleBar||3.4.0||Same as Theme.AppCompat.Translucent but with no action or title bar.|
|Theme.AppCompat.Translucent.NoTitleBar.Fullscreen||3.4.0||Same as Theme.AppCompat.Translucent.NoTitleBar but the window is fullscreen (covers the status bar).|
|Theme.AppCompat.Fullscreen||3.4.0||Theme based off the AppCompat theme with a fullscreen window (covers the status bar) with no action or title bar.|
|4.2.0||Theme based off the AppCompat theme with no action and title bar.|
|4.2.0||Same as Theme.AppCompat.NoTitleBar with a fullscreen window (covers the status bar).|
To use the Material Theme with Titanium, you need to create a custom theme that extends one of the AppCompat themes, then set the color palette attributes you want to change from the default theme (see the attribute table below). You will need to build your application with Android SDK 5.0 (API 21) and greater. Note that some of the attributes will not be applied when the application is ran on devices running previous versions of Android (pre-Lollipop) (see the comparison table below).