Exadel today unveiled version 2.0.2 of Tiggr moving Tiggr for building prototypes out of beta into a new subscription model. Also today, new enhancements to Tiggr are being released as a private beta called Tiggr Mobile Apps Builder. This beta goes beyond building mobile app prototypes to building finished deliverable mobile apps – all in “the Cloud.”
Here’s an excerpt from a posting by Exadel’s Max Katz describing how to use Tiggr Mobile Apps Builder to build a Twitter search mobile app:
The UI is built with jQuery Mobile components. A data source is then added. You specify service URL, then map input parameters and output parameters. Input parameters are mapped from input components on the screen. Output parameters are mapped to output components on the page. That’s it, you don’t write any code.
Screen shot of the editor (with data source):
Screen shot of editor and properties for data source: