This line of code adds a
trim function to any
functions that perhaps you’ve gotten used to in other languages and would
like to take advantage of while working with Titanium.
You can also make “mini-factories,” which are basically functions that create Titanium objects with certain properties or other traits that you’ll need regularly. Creating these mini-factories will allow you to have a central point where you can make changes, and all the calls to these factories will return an object with those changes in it.
Titanium contains many separate objects, making them available via namespaces. In general terms, a namespace is an abstract container that provides a context for the items that it contains.
The topmost object in the Titanium ...