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Konfy: configuration of node and webapps made easy

I wrote a small utility module Konfy, which allows you to configure your node and/or (browserified) webapps easily.

It was aimed to fulfil following requirements:

  • API symmetry in both node and the browser.
  • Extremely easy setup.
  • Allows the use of ENV variables.
  • Variable interpolation of the configuration data.
  • Easy integration with existing build tools and package managers: Grunt, Gulp, Broccoli, Bower et cetera.

Find the source, documentation and examples on https://github.com/creynders/konfy

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How to get the Kitchensink app for Android running on Titanium

When starting out with Appcelerator Titanium it’s pretty easy to get the kitchensink app running on the iphone emulator, however running it on the Android emulator was not a breeze. Several pitfalls and hurdles need to be overcome to get it running.

The first problem I encountered was after installing the required Android SDK’s and tools. Even though I pointed Titanium to look in the correct folder for the android sdk it complained:

Couldn’t find adb or android in your SDK’s “tools” directory. You may need to install a newer version of the SDK tools.

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