We’ve been to a lot of AT&T hackathons and have been very impressed with these events. Now, AT&T is putting on a new event here in the San Francisco Bay Area called DevLab, a one-day hands-on programming workshop to immerse participants in the latest services and tools for mobile app development. It will be held on September 25th at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA. (You can use the code MUSEUM to waive the registration charge.) Read more »
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OK. Exadel’s VP for Product Management, David Schoenbach, probably didn’t use a magic 8 ball to figure out the impact of the Amazon Phone. Even without any magic aids, David does make quite a credible effort, though, to divine the mobile future in a Venture Beat guest post that came out today. It starts out like this:
For all we do not know about the new Amazon phone, we do know one thing for sure: It’s from Amazon. Based on the company’s track record, we can make some educated guesses about what’s in store and how Amazon’s rumored smartphone may impact app development.
Tiggzi, our cloud-based platform for building mobile apps, has always been based on a practical just-do-it kind of approach. We were delighted to see a new book out with this kind of philosophy, too. The Bootstrapper’s Guide to the Mobile Web by Deltina Hay is a great hands-on guide that targets individual entrepreneurs and small businesses who want to get into mobile quickly. The book neatly divides up this task into mobile web development, mobile app development, and mobile promotion tactics. It’s a clearly written book full of specific examples that covers a lot of ground efficiently and quickly. Read more »
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 »
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 »
Tiggr Mobile Apps Builder is constantly adding features, but next year, in January, Tiggr will be making some major qualitative leaps. To help roll out these changes, we’ll be hosting a series of webinars to educate our community. The details will come into focus more as we go into the next year, but here are the save-the-date dates:
- Thursday, January 19, 2012, 11am Pacific Time
- Tuesday, January 31, 2012, 11am Pacific Time
- Tuesday, February 14, 2012, 11am Pacific Time
A lot of the height attained by Tiggr Mobile Apps Builder as a mobile development platform comes from “standing on the shoulders of Giants.” One of those Giants is PhoneGap. So, when the people at PhoneGap asked Exadel’s Max Katz to post an article on their blog about how Exadel’s Tiggr works with PhoneGap, he jumped at the chance resulting in the article, “Building Mobile Apps in the Cloud with Tiggr and PhoneGap” posted just last week. Read more »
Exadel will be exhibiting (as Tiggr by Exadel) at Apps World Europe (in London) November 29th and 30th in booth #51. If you’re there, come talk to us and find out how Exadel is blazing new trails in mobile and the Cloud including our cloud-based mobile apps builder, Tiggr. On the second day, we are also doing a workshop on using Tiggr to build mobile apps. Read more »