Exadel at the Wolters Kluwer Tech Conference 2013

ExadelAtWK2013 Exadel at the Wolters Kluwer Tech Conference 2013

Exadel’s Donna Burke, Max Katz, and Fima Katz made the trek to ex­citing Minneapolis, Minnesota to at­tend the Wolters Kluwer Tech Conference 2013, July 22–24. We will be there to talk about our mo­bile work with Wolters Kluwer, our in­stal­lable gateway for using ex­isting data­bases and SOAP ser­vices as REST ser­vices (RESTXpress), our mo­bile app de­vel­op­ment plat­form (Appery​.io), and our so­lu­tions for en­ter­prise mo­bile app se­cu­rity and for uni­fied se­cure ac­cess to en­ter­prise doc­u­ment man­age­ment sys­tems. Of course, we’ll also be there to learn from the ses­sions and other participants.

If you’re there and want to talk to us, Exadel is in booth 3 on the floor. Tuesday af­ter­noon, Donna Burke made a pre­sen­ta­tion (“Are you ready for Mobile?”) on the chal­lenges and op­por­tu­ni­ties of en­ter­prise mo­bi­liza­tion in­cluding ex­am­ples from our work with Wolters Kluwer on mo­bi­liza­tion projects. If you have ques­tions arising from the pre­sen­ta­tion, come by our table and talk to us.

Are you ready for Mobile? from ex­adel­corp

Tiggzi Evolves into Appery​.io

TiggziToApperyio Tiggzi Evolves into Appery.io

As our Tiggzi mo­bile app de­vel­op­ment tool has ex­panded, it’s scope has steadily grown to that of a full mo­bile app plat­form with more and more fea­tures. We thought such a major qual­i­ta­tive change needed to be sig­naled prop­erly, so we’ve launched Appery​.io as the next step for Tiggzi.

We’re looking for­ward to the op­por­tu­nity to spread the word about the new Appery​.io. Our first stop will be the TechCrunch Disrupt NY Conference and Hackathon starting in a few days. If you’re there, find out from Max Katz and Francisco Kattan what the new Appery​.io is all about.

Read the announcement!

REST4Enterprise Is Now RESTXpress

REST4Enterprise has only been out for a month or so and is al­ready making a big splash with its simple, yet very sig­nif­i­cant, premise: You want to make your data avail­able as an API (REST) ser­vice. You want this done quickly and cost-​​effectively. REST4Enterprise fills the gap.

Except now it’s RESTXpress. We wanted a better name for the product while it was still in its be­gin­ning stages, so we have set­tled on RESTXpress as the name going for­ward. Visit the RESTXpress page for all the latest information.

Case Study on Our Partnership with Progress Software

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Last week, we an­nounced our OEM part­ner­ship with Progress Software, a global soft­ware com­pany that sim­pli­fies and en­ables the de­vel­op­ment and de­ploy­ment of busi­ness ap­pli­ca­tions through its OpenEdge de­vel­op­ment plat­form. To pro­vide more de­tails on how this ex­citing part­ner­ship came to be, we de­vel­oped a case study. It dis­cusses the main rea­sons for Exadel’s se­lec­tion as a partner:

  1. Product (Tiggzi): a hy­brid ap­proach based in the Cloud
  2. Partner-​​friendliness
  3. Mobile ser­vices expertise

It also in­cludes a good de­scrip­tion of the OpenEdge platform’s key features.

Read the case study and see how it all fit together.

Exadel Is Now an OEM Partner with Progress Software

Progress Software is a large pub­licly traded (NASDAQ: PRGS) global soft­ware com­pany that sim­pli­fies and en­ables the de­vel­op­ment and de­ploy­ment of busi­ness ap­pli­ca­tions through its OpenEdge de­vel­op­ment plat­form. When Progress wanted to bol­ster its de­vel­op­ment sup­port in mo­bile, it turned to a partner al­ready es­tab­lished in the mo­bile space, Exadel. We are proud that our Tiggzi mo­bile app plat­form pro­vided much of the basis for the mo­bile app builder in OpenEdge Mobile re­leased as part of OpenEdge 11.2 on February 20, 2013. We look for­ward to working fur­ther with Progress Software as an OEM partner helping busi­nesses de­velop the soft­ware they need to be successful.

Read more.

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REST4Enterprise Gets Better: Version 1.0 Out

The basic con­cept is simple: You have some data you want to share through a REST ser­vice. You don’t have the ser­vice built. You con­sider spending a lot of re­sources and time on building it your­self. You look for an al­ter­na­tive. You find REST4Enterprise. It has two parts. You use its ad­min­is­tra­tive con­sole to easily set up data­base queries as REST ser­vices in a browser; you let the run-​​time gateway present the data­base queries as ser­vices to the out­side world. Happy ending/​beginning!

Of course, a good con­cept is nothing without a lot of elbow grease to work out the im­ple­men­ta­tion de­tails. That’s ex­actly what our team has been doing since the REST4Eneterprise launch. Their latest ef­forts have come to fruition as a new ver­sion, 1.0, avail­able now. Read more »

REST for the Weary

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The API economy of REST ser­vices has a supply side and a de­mand side. Recently, a lot of at­ten­tion has been paid to the de­mand side. There are now many op­tions for set­ting up var­ious mo­bile and web apps to con­sume ser­vices and data via REST (like our own Tiggzi mo­bile app plat­form). But, what about the supply side? Read more »

Announcement: Exadel Incorporates Windows 8 Capabilities Into The Tiggzi Mobile App Platform

It’s not of­fi­cial till there’s a press release…

NEW YORK, Dec. 12, 2012 /​PRNewswire/​ — Exadel, a leading en­ter­prise mo­bile soft­ware de­vel­op­ment com­pany, an­nounced today that their Tiggzi Mobile App Platform adds sup­port for Windows 8. In ad­di­tion to iOS, Android, and Windows Phone, Windows 8 will now be avail­able as an op­tion when cre­ating new projects on Tiggzi, the company’s cloud-​​based mo­bile app plat­form for building and de­ploying mo­bile apps. Exadel also an­nounced the Tiggzi App Builder is now en­tirely im­ple­mented with HTML5, JavaScript, and CSS, all browser tech­nolo­gies (re­placing Adobe® Flash® in the pre­vious version).

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Webinar: Thursday Dec. 12 for New Tiggzi Features Including Windows 8 Support

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The latest ver­sion of the Tiggzi mo­bile app plat­form al­lows you to build Windows 8 apps for tablets and desk­tops with na­tive Windows 8 sup­port (in­cluding Snap View, Search Charm, Share Charm, and Live Tiles). Along with the new HTML5-​​based app builder and push no­ti­fi­ca­tions, that’s quite a leap for­ward! To help our users di­gest all of these ad­vances, we’re having a we­binar on Thursday (the first one in our new of­fice). Come join us and be pre­pared to be amazed at the new Tiggzi:

Tiggzi: Now with Windows 8 Support!
December 13, Thursday
11am US Pacific Time
Register: https://​www1​.go​tomeeting​.com/​r​e​g​i​s​t​e​r​/​6​1​1​4​3​2​329

Temporary Phone Numbers for Exadel California Office

Update (1/​/​3/​2013): The phone problem is fixed now.

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