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Titanium Mobile Application Development

Titanium Mobile Application Development

We handle device and OS compatibility. You build rich native apps. Appcelerator Titanium – 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. It includes an open source SDK with over 5,000 device and mobile operating system APIs, Studio, a powerful Eclipse-based IDE, Alloy, an MVC framework and Cloud Services for a ready-to-use mobile backend.

Multiple phone web-based application framework

Multiple phone web-based application framework A multiple phone web-based application framework is a software framework that is designed to support the development of phone applications that are written as embedded dynamic websites and may leverage native phone capabilities, like geo data or contact lists. For more general frameworks see List of rich internet application frameworks. Current frameworks[edit] History[edit] With mobile device manufactures each having its own preferred development environment, a growth mobile phone application developments that are World Wide Web capable and a large population of HTML savvy developers, there has arisen web based application frameworks to help developers write applications that can be deployed on multiple devices. March 6, 2008 - the first iPhone SDK beta is released to a limited number of developers (4,000).