Appcelerator has made enhancements
to its mobile platform. The company says that platform is “smarter, more connected and more flexible than ever.”
The company’s flagship is Appcelerator Titanium, an open, extensible development environment for creating native apps across different mobile devices and OSs including iOS, Android, and BlackBerry, as well as hybrid and HTML5. It includes an open source SDK with over 5,000 device and mobile operating system APIs, Studio, an Eclipse-based IDE, Alloy, an MVC framework and Cloud Services for a mobile backend.
Details of the new enhancements to the platform include:
- Appcelerator’s new Insights 2.0 offers real-time visibility into the five mobile metrics: acquisition, engagement, retention, quality and conversion. Insights 2.0 displays all of this information through a single, tablet-based view.
- The Appcelerator Platform’s new API Builder offers developers a point-and-click interface to assemble mobile-optimized APIs.
- Now with full native SDK support, the Appcelerator Platform’s entire suite of capabilities can now be applied to any app in a customer’s portfolio regardless of whether it was built on the Appcelerator Platform or directly via native SDK (iOS and Android).
- The platform now includes a private cloud deployment option for organizations whose regulatory requirements prohibit off-premises hosting.
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