Open source webAndroidiPhoneiPad kit betas for BlackBerry
Jun 15, 2010, 00:07 (0 Talkback[s])
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"The open-source Titanium is a means of building native desktop
and mobile applications using traditional web-development tools,
Currently, you can build native runtimes for Windows, Linux, and
Mac desktops and notebooks, Android phones, and – most
famously – iPhones and iPads.
"The idea is that hardened web coders can build for the iPhone
without learning Objective-C or for Android without learning Java.
Appcelerator offers a free version of the kit as well as a
"professional" version that includes support and app analytics for
$199 per developer per month."