TideSDK is the new standard for creating beautiful and unique desktop apps using your web development skills.
First things first. Go ahead and grab the latest stable version of the SDK for your operating system and follow the instructions to set it up. You’re ready to rock!
TideSDK’s versatility allows you to couple your favorite web technologies with TideSDK’s powerful API to build native cross-platform desktop apps.
When you’re done. TideSDK will aid you in creating an app package for the operating system of your choosing - say what?
Its easy to understand why thousands of developers love TideSDK. Trust us you'll love it, too!
Use a simple and familiar API (accessible in the DOM) to reach the system and native desktop UI's. Harness the resources of the host to create capable apps that use its full potential.
TideSDK is all about discovering that you're not just a web developer. You have the skills for desktop development without knowing it.
Deploy your Webkit-based desktop applications across all three major desktop operating systems with privileged access to native APIs.
TideSDK is open source and is committed to incubating the technologies of tomorrow (that will
continue to implement our APIs). A strong community behind TideSDK results in the best support
a developer could wish for. Stay up-to-date, join in to discuss roadblocks and make suggestions.
We are extremely proud to announce the release of TideSDK 1.3.1-beta. This is the first community release following the transition of Titanium Desktop to TideSDK. This is also the beginning of a progression of releases in the 1.3.x series as we move through final upgrades of core libraries including WebKit. This will culminate in a 1.4.0 stable release.
It’s been a long time coming, but to ensure that you know that we are very active, we thought we dust off the blog and give you a brief update on the state of affairs regarding the project.
Atlassian strongly believes in open source software. They support and contribute to the open source community in a number of ways — supplying their own code, supporting other projects by donating software, and sponsoring Java User Groups.