I would like to request that, as the primary coding
model and de facto Ti reference and teaching piece for all current
and aspiring Titanium developers, Appcelerator should make it a
priority item for improving the quality of the code and its
embedded documentation. There is really no excuse for providing a
reference app that generates hundreds of errors and warnings, since
they can be avoided. Many of the examples need to be more robust,
and the code quality is less than optimal, to say the least.
There's little use of user-defined classes, the examples are in
some cases overly trivial and unhelpful, there's a lot of redundant
code with hardwired coordinates, etc. I would think that
Appcelerator would want this to be a "best foot forward"
advertisement for the platform, using coding best practices. It's
been 6 months since this was raised, and I'm still getting 155
warnings from KS in 1.6.0.