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AppGyver Integrates DreamFactory REST API to Turn SQL Databases Into Apps
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AppGyver Integrates DreamFactory REST API to Turn SQL Databases Into Apps



Richard Harris Richard Harris in HTML5 Monday, December 28, 2015
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AppGyver has integrated DreamFactory's REST API backend with its Composer 2 drag-and-drop app builder, expanding the app building platform’s ability to create apps with a secure connection to existing backend data sources. DreamFactory is an open-source platform that allows developers to turn various data sources like SQL and Mongo databases into REST APIs.

The DreamFactory backend provides a middle application layer to connect front-end apps developed with Composer 2 with existing enterprise databases, as well as with data feeds from web services. With the Composer 2 drag-and-drop interface, companies can build and distribute apps around business data for iOS, Android and web apps from the same project.

Read more: http://www.appgyver.com/partners/dreamfactory/

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