Upgrading to the latest version of the Titanium SDK may lead you to the awful NSRangeException. Its appearance is not always immediately understandable, but hopefully my follies can help you out.
I really had an issue this week with an Android OutOfMemoryError in Titanium. It turned out to be an easy fix, but there’s a debugging lesson to be learned.
Here’s a quick snippet to get you started with an HTTPClient POST request while developing in Appcelerator’s Titanium Studio.
Here’s a good start for a CommonJS implementation to have your project in Titanium download and save an image to the local filesystem.