Today, Exadel and the Wholesale Applications Community (WAC), a not-for-profit organization serving the global telecommunications industry, announced a partnership that will help developers and network operators generate new revenues from mobile applications. The first step in this partnership is to enable users of Tiggzi Mobile App Builder, our cloud-based cross-platform development environment, to easily utilize WAC’s in-app billing API to offer in-app billing capabilities without the need for a credit card or PayPal account.
Exadel recently released a new white paper: The Client-Cloud Paradigm and the API Economy. In this paper, we talk about the shift from the client-server model with its more fixed connections to a client-cloud model in which the distributed nature of computing makes a quantum leap. We also discuss the relationship of this major shift to the explosion in API-defined services and the rise of the “citizen developer.”
So far this year, we’ve done three webinars on Tiggzi on the following topics:
- Learn How to Build Mobile Apps in the Cloud with HTML5, jQuery Mobile, REST, and PhoneGap (January 19)
- Build Your Mobile App in Minutes with Tiggzi for Musicians (January 31)
- Building HTML5 Mobile Apps with Tiggzi Using Parse Back-end Services (February 23)
All three are available on YouTube as recordings: Read more »
Tiggzi Mobile App Builder stands out in how easy it is to incorporate REST services with public APIs into mobile apps. The classic example for this is our demo of using the Twitter search service in an app. However, examples like this presuppose that there is already a back-end service to tap into. What if you need to create the back-end service? Read more »
Tiggzi for Musicians customizes and further simplifies the mobile development process for musician apps. It guides you through a series of steps to grab content you already have in the Cloud. Now all musicians can have a mobile strategy to promote their music.
Want to know more? Want to see it for yourself? Know someone who would be interested?
Join us as award-winning performing artist Alexa Weber Morales shows how you can create mobile apps for your music fans or customers in less than 10 minutes! Afterward, Alexa and Exadel’s David Schoenbach will answer your questions.
See you there!
Build Your Mobile App in Minutes with Tiggzi for Musicians
January 31, Tuesday
11am US Pacific Time
You could be mobile in minutes!
NAMM — A wild ride. As we speak, Michael Ruiz, Murietta Valley Unified School District, is talking about Tiggzi for Musicians at NAMM’s “Best Tools for Schools” session. A couple days ago, he watched Alexa Weber Morales build her fan app with Tiggzi for Musicians (http://musicians.tiggzi.com). He was super-impressed and is happy to spread the word. He sees it as a tool for school bands, etc. Read more »
NAMM Days 2 and 3: A blur of ‘Tiggzi for Musicians’ activity. Meeting the artists, engineers, educators, investors, technologists, media, and promoters who make music happen. We attended the TEC awards last night, with Steve Vai receiving an award, and playing along with Jeff Baxter, Billy Sheehan, and other greats. Very cool! Read more »
NAMM Day 1 report (for Thursday, 1/19): Well, the musicians showed up today, and the music biz people, beyond the media folks we met yesterday. There were industry veterans and newbies – keyboards, bass, guitar, singers, developers and webmasters, producers, audio engineers, and booking agents. Read more »
The NAMM Show is an annual gathering organized by the National Association of Music Merchants to support and grow the music products industry. Since our brand-new Tiggzi for Musicians is all about giving musicians the mobile tools to support their passions, we thought this would be a good place to unveil it. Read more »