Appcelerator is a mobile development platform which speeds up time to market with cross-platform development and testing and simplified access to date via optimised APIs. Real-time mobile analytics are available on the platform, helping to power user engagement and measure results. Appcelerator uses a single JavaScript code base for rich native mobile apps and cloud-connected mobile apps

Appcelerator Titanium is the open and extensible development environment for the platform, providing the development of native iOS, Android, BlackBerry, HTML5 and Hybrid apps. It includes an open-source SDK offering over 5000 device and OS APIs, the Eclipse-based IDE Studio, the MVC framework Alloy and Cloud Services.

  • Speed up time to market with cross-platform development for native apps
  • Access real-time analytics to measure results and power user engagement
  • Utilises a single JavaScript code base

Appcelerator Info

Platforms:Android, iOS
Types:Cross Platform

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