Topic: appcelerator

Appcelerator adds API access via Hyperloop to its Titanium SDK

Hyperloop won’t be done for a few years. That is, the mass transit system named Hyperloop won’t be ready for many years. Appcelerator’s Hyperloop, on the other hand, is available today in Appcelerator 5.4. This addition to the Titanium SDK allows developers to access all APIs on iOS and Android directly from JavaScript. Jeff Haynie, … continue reading

Developers are having trouble accessing data for mobile apps, report says

A majority of developers are reporting that accessing data is becoming their No. 1 problem for building mobile apps. In Appcelerator’s annual Mobile Trends Report (conducted by IDC), 72.4% of respondents reported that data is becoming a huge bottleneck for mobile development. About 40% of respondents reported spending a quarter to a half of their … continue reading

Low-code solutions: Empowering businesspeople to make their own applications

As organizations seek faster time-to-market releases of the software necessary to stay ahead of the competition, new solutions that enable the business to create applications without the need for IT to get involved are starting to emerge. As with all things, of course, there are several angles from which to approach this need. Some platforms … continue reading

Infographic: Back-end services explained

The Web is ever changing, and with it so are the back-end technologies used to power Web applications. With the rise of mobile enterprise application platforms, mobile back ends as services and now microservices, it can be confusing what these terms mean and how they should be used. Appcelerator has created a “family tree” infographic … continue reading

Windows open source is possible, Microsoft’s IE Diagnostics Adapter, and Appcelerator’s new API framework—SD Times news digest: April 3, 2015

As Microsoft starts to bring more products and tools to open source, the company has announced that Windows may be headed in the same direction. According to Wired, Mark Russinovich, an engineer at Microsoft, announced at ChefCon that the company might someday give Windows away for free. “It’s definitely possible,” Russinovich said, according to Wired. … continue reading

SD Times news digest: August 25, 2014—Robo Brain, first Firefox OS smartphone available in India, and Appcelerator’s latest funding round

Robot brain learns concepts by searching Internet Computer scientists have developed a large-scale computational system that learns from resources that are publicly available on the Internet. Robo Brain is currently downloading and processing about 1 billion images, 120,000 YouTube videos, and 100 million how-to documents and appliance manuals, and will store the information in a … continue reading

Appcelerator readies software for a post-Web world

Are we entering a post-Web world, where browsers are becoming less relevant and mobile applications take center stage for getting data to users in a format they can use? Mobile platform provider Appcelerator thinks so, and today issued the summer release of its platform with optimizations for business analytics, a new API builder, and greater … continue reading

Choosing the ‘right’ mobile app framework

Finding the app framework that best fits your needs requires a great deal of scrutiny … continue reading

Mobile app frameworks: A Buyers Guide

A guide for those in search of a framework, depending on what kind of framework they want … continue reading

JavaScript becoming the lingua franca for mobile development

Survey finds JavaScript as clear winner when it comes to relevance of languages for mobile app development … continue reading

What can mobile app development do for you?

Frameworks let you build apps for multiple operating systems, a must in today’s market … continue reading

Appcelerator begins to build a mobile ALM platform

Crittercism and SOASTA join in to bring testing and performance management into Titanium 3.0 … continue reading

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