Exadel is busy sharing our excitement about cloud computing and mobile development, mostly around Tiggzi Mobile App Builder, in a a variety of venues. Here’s a summary list of what we are doing today, what we’ve been up to recently, and what we’ll be doing in the next couple of months. Read more »
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At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Exadel announced a partnership with Aepona, the market leader in Network-as-a-Service solutions, to make it easier for mobile developers to take advantage of Aepona’s service APIs for its telecom partners by integrating the APIs with Tiggzi Mobile App Builder. As a first step, Tiggzi now integrates the Aepona billing and authentication APIs for incorporating in-app carrier billing capabilities that eliminate the need for a credit card or PayPal account.
Come join us as Exadel and Aepona present a hands-on interactive webinar about this. See for yourself how to use the Aepona APIs as we build an app in minutes. Read more »
Tiggzi Mobile App Builder stands out in how easy it is to incorporate REST services with public APIs into mobile apps. Tiggzi now makes it even easier by prepackaging the steps you would go through to connect an app to a service as plug-ins. Along with this new plug-in feature for easy code re-use, get a peek at our new Service Catalog we’ll be growing with pre-packaged versions of popular and useful APIs. Also, see the re-designed Visual Data Mapper. Read more »
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!
The first Tiggr webinar of the new year is coming soon! Tune in next week to discover more about our cloud service for building mobile apps on January 19 at 11am.
In this fascinating hands-on webinar, a real mobile app will be built, connected to a REST service, and tested. Attendees will be be able to test the app as it’s being built. Beyond that, we will also cover some of the exciting features of the new version of Tiggr that will have been released by then (under a new name…): Read more »
It’s time to be amazed by Tiggr again! We have another webinar coming up next week (Nov. 16).
One of the great things about Tiggr Mobile Apps Builder is its support for end-to-end development, going all the way from an idea in one person’s mind to an app running in thousands of phones. In this webinar, we’ll focus more on the delivery end showing you exactly how it’s done (and how easy it is) by walking you through a hands-on example. You will learn how to: Read more »
The final agenda for the combined JAX 2011 conference and JSF Summit (June 20–23 in San Jose, CA) is now online. This is the place for in-depth coverage of the important topics in JSF and also the entire Java ecosystem. Exadel will be out on the exhibit floor on Tuesday and Wednesday to talk to people, and Exadel’s very own Max Katz will be presenting on:
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