A module used to access Android application resources.
For more information, refer to the official documentation on the Android Developer website about application resources (opens new window).
# Custom String Resource
Custom Android resources may be placed in
platform/android in the project root.
For example, to utilize a custom localization file, create and populate
platform/android/res/values/mystrings.xml with the following data.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <resources> <string name="mystring">testing 1 2 3</string> </resources>
var activity = Ti.Android.currentActivity; var R = Ti.App.Android.R; var mystring = activity.getString(R.string.mystring); Ti.API.debug("mystring = " + mystring);
# appVersionCode READONLY
The version number of the application.
# appVersionName READONLY
The version name of the application.
# launchIntent READONLY
Return the intent that was used to launch the application.
This intent will not change for the lifetime of the application. Its action is typically set to "android.intent.action.MAIN" when launched via the app list screen.
This launch intent can be used to resume the app while backgrounded via the startActivity method or via a notification.
When the app is launched via a data intent such as a URL, shortcut, notification, etc. then that intent is provided by the rootActivity object's intent property instead. That intent will initially be set to the launch intent, but will change when a newintent event has been fired. You should always read the root activity's intent instead of the launch intent for data.
Fired when a Titanium.UI.ShortcutItem is clicked.
Identifier of the clicked shortcut item.
Source object that fired the event.
Name of the event fired.
True if the event will try to bubble up if possible.
Set to true to stop the event from bubbling.
R namespace for application resources.
The properties and sub-properties of this object relate directly to the
native application resources
R class, and thus have the same syntax.
For more information, refer to the official documentation on the
Android Developer website about
accessing application resources.
For example, if the file
exists in the project, it can be accessed using its resource name,
var resid = Titanium.App.Android.R.drawable.icon;
To access system-wide resources, rather than application resources, use Titanium.Android.R instead.