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    Jeremy Allaire on November 15, 2012

    We are continuing to witness one of the most hyped, hyperbole-infused, and intensely watched industry battles, or “Religious Wars”, over what mobile platforms will triumph. Ensconced in these wars are a myriad of battles across a very broad landscape of industry titans and emerging disruptors, from Steve Jobs lashing out at Flash, to Zuck’s recent public flogging of HTML5, to the collapse of Nokia and RIM, to the high-stakes patent wars among CE and tech companies. This is surely an epic time in our industry. Read More →

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    Jeff Whatcott on November 15, 2012

    In the last few years, mobile apps have quickly grown from a novelty to a key requirement for organizations of all kinds as a way to deliver content and build customer engagement and long-term relationships. As a result, the processes and requirements for the developers building these apps have also evolved and organizations today need to be aware of several key differences when evaluating potential tools and solutions for mobile app development. Read More →

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    Adam Mark on November 15, 2012

    When I talk to developers about App Cloud, they often ask, “How is App Cloud different from PhoneGap?” Without missing a beat, I give my stock answer: “PhoneGap is great, but App Cloud gives you so much more.” The matter of more has always nagged at me—more is not necessarily better—so I decided to do an apples-to-apples comparison from a Web developer’s perspective. I built the same app twice, first on PhoneGap, then on App Cloud, and graded each system on the strength of its platform capabilities, development model, and service offerings. Read More →

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    Jeff Whatcott on November 30, 2011

    Today we announced the general commercial availability of App Cloud, our second major product. You can learn all about it here. This post is the back story for why we built it. Let’s begin with a few somewhat controversial assertions: Read More →