Create Amazing Native Apps With Appcelerator Platform
Do you like to create amazing user experiences across multiple operating systems and devices? What about deliver apps faster with improved quality and control?
You can do it by using the Appcelerator Platform which delivers the only platform built from the ground up for mobile. Appcelerator can do magic. It can create amazing user experiences across multiple operating systems and devices, integrate with data in any cloud or behind a firewall, deliver a real-time view of your mobile app portfolio for business and project stakeholders alike, provide full visibility into user experience and problem management and last but not least deliver apps faster with improved quality and control.
Appcelerator Platform Features
Deliver apps 60% faster than traditional methods Generate code that is easier to maintain Create reusable widgets across the entire app portfolio Create prototypes in days vs. months Leverage 100% of the prototype code in the final app iOS, Android, BlackBerry, Tizen, Denso mobile… Do you guys want more? Appcelerator platform includes Appcelerator Studio which is an open, extensible development environment for creating beautiful native apps across different mobile devices and OSs including iOS, Android, and BlackBerry, as well as hybrid and HTML5.
Appcelerator Studio includes three following components:
- APPCELERATOR STUDIO
- IDEAPPCELERATOR SDK
- APPCELERATOR ALLOY
“Appcelerator Alloy – an open MVC development framework, based on Appcelerator Alloy, for building high quality mobile applications.”
“Appcelerator SDK – an open SDK, based on the Titanium SDK, with over 5,000 device and mobile operating system APIs.”
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