|By Marketwired .||
|June 18, 2014 03:17 AM EDT||
SAN FRANCISCO, CA and LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM -- (Marketwired) -- 06/18/14 -- built.io, the award-winning mobile and web app development platform by raw engineering, has partnered with AppGyver, a provider of innovative frontend development tools, to bring rapid visual mobile app development to the enterprise. Companies can now create sophisticated enterprise mobile applications in minutes, instead of weeks or even months.
Benefits for Enterprises
This unprecedented fusion of enterprise experience with a new generation of application development tools:
- accelerates app delivery with technology proven in Fortune 500 companies.
- streamlines application development and deployment with an integrated environment to take applications all the way from prototype to production.
- facilitates innovation across the entire enterprise, while conforming to IT requirements for security, scalability and interoperability.
AppGyver's integration with built.io includes:
- straightforward linking of built.io as the persistent backend for applications designed with AppGyver Composer.
- a data store with enterprise-grade security model and fine-grained access controls.
- direct connection between Composer's UI components and built.io's database for application scalability and persistence.
"Previously, enterprises were struggling to keep up with the surging demand for mobile applications. built.io solved a big part of this problem by enabling developers to dramatically accelerate application delivery," said Neha Sampat, CEO at raw engineering. "With today's partnership announcement we empower non-developers to participate in the creation of apps as well. Users across the enterprise can now take advantage of an incredibly intuitive frontend tool, as well as a backend platform that IT can trust."
"There's a huge need for our services in the enterprise," said Marko Lehtimaki, founder and CEO at AppGyver. "We've been working closely with built.io to more broadly address enterprise requirements with things like extended security, so businesses of all sizes can take full advantage of our app development tools."
Fusing built.io's existing enterprise functionality with AppGyver's drag-and-drop app development process allows enterprises to deliver apps more quickly and easily than ever before. Underscoring continued commitment to deliver innovation for enterprises, the built.io and AppGyver engineering teams are working closely together to align roadmaps and collaborate on additional features and an even tighter integration between their respective technologies.
Pricing and Availability
This is the first custom product tier introduced by built.io and tailored to suit the needs of AppGyver's user base, making enterprise app delivery easily attainable for this community. Starting at $25 a month, enterprise customers can run fully functional apps designed via AppGyver's Composer and powered by built.io.
For more information, visit www.built.io/appgyver.
built.io and AppGyver at Enterprise Apps World
built.io is in attendence at the Enterprise Apps World event at Olympia National in London today (6/18) and will be available for questions about and demos of the new integration. Find them at booth 4A on level 1.
AppGyver's mission is to provide complete toolsets for novice and seasoned mobile developers alike, to quickly build, test, preview and deploy fully functioning HTML5 mobile apps which are indistinguishable from native ones. The company's Steroids SDK closes the performance gap between native apps and HTML5 hybrids by utilizing native UI components, navigation and animations, together with the HTML5 wrapped application. Prototyper, the first product launched by AppGyver, allows those with limited technical knowledge to build full app prototypes which can be tested and demoed without the need for provisioning, third-party installations, or the official app store environment. For more information, please visit www.appgyver.com.
built.io is raw engineering's award-winning mobile and web application development platform. By providing built-in enterprise app functionality, such as mobile notifications, geolocation, analytics, social integration and content management, built.io enables developers to deliver powerful apps in record time. built.io powers the entire application backend -- servers, cloud infrastructure, database -- and has been proven to deliver worry-free scaling and reliable availability to Fortune 500 companies and startups alike. Learn more at www.built.io.
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