iBuildApp releases its iOS and Android app source code to developers

Andy Boxall

In app-development-2, news

November 11, 2015

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Mobile app creation platform iBuildApp has released its iOS and Android source code material, allowing developers to get a close look at what goes into building some of its apps. In a press release, the company says it has been working on the code for nearly five years, and wants to share it with its development community.

iBuildApp spokesperson Rafael Soultanov, said:


“What releasing our source code does is allow mobile app developers to see exactly how the apps run. Knowing the specifics behind the source code makes it easier for developers get a full understanding of how the apps work. It is our hope that every Android or apple mobile developer will use this new understanding to build more advanced apps that truly fit the mobile app market’s current needs.”

iBuildApp has released its iOS and Android app source code

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Primarily aimed at business use, this isn’t the first time iBuildApp has made its source code public, having released code for mobile widgets in the past. To see how the platform works, and to learn more about the company, visit its website here. To find the source code, visit the company’s GitHub here.