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Appcelerator Releases Titanium Studio, the Industrys First IDE for Mobile, Desktop, and Web Application Development(June 14, 2011)
Mountain View, CA (PRWEB) June 14, 2011
Appcelerator®, the leading mobile cloud platform for rapidly developing native mobile, HTML5, desktop, web and tablet applications using web technologies, today announced the availability of Appcelerator Titanium Studio for building, testing, and deploying cross-platform applications. Titanium Studio offers companies of any size the ability to rapidly create rich cloud-connected applications using their existing web teams and is based on the patent-pending development technology acquired from Aptana earlier this year.
Titanium Studio allows web developers to build, test, and deploy iOS, Android, BlackBerry, PC, Mac, Linux, and HTML5 mobile web applications within a single development environment. Built on Aptana Studios Eclipse-based IDE, recipient of the 2011 Eclipse Community Award for Best Developer Tool, Titanium Studio offers a full-featured source code editor, code completion, Git integration and robust debugging capabilities to rapidly develop applications across these platforms. Titanium Studio integrates seamlessly with iOS, Android, and BlackBerry SDKs for testing and new Fastdev technology allows a developer to make real-time changes to their code while the app is running in the simulator.
Titanium Studio also makes publishing to the iOS, Mac, Android, and BlackBerry app stores simple by easing the certificate and provisioning pain often associated with these stores. Deployment to Engine Yard and RedHats upcoming OpenShift platform is planned for this fall.
Our goal is to enable rapid innovation for the cloud-connected enterprise by providing an integrated solution for mobile, desktop, and web development, explained Jeff Haynie, CEO, Appcelerator. Titanium Studio delivers on this promise by enhancing developer productivity, improving application quality, and easing integration with the cloud.
HotelTonight, iPhones #1 free travel app, used Titanium to get to market quickly, and achieve 500,000 downloads in less than five months. In a category like travel its important to rapidly innovate, stay ahead of the competition, and create a compelling user experience, said Christopher Bailey, CTO of HotelTonight. Titanium helps me do all that and more.
Pricing and Availability
Titanium Studio is available now as a free 30-day trial as part of Appcelerators Indie and Professional subscriptions. For more information and to download Titanium Studio, visit http://www.appcelerator.com.
Appcelerator is the leading enterprise-grade, cross-platform development solution on the market today, with over 1.5 million developers using its software to power over 20,000 cloud-connected mobile, desktop, and web applications used by tens of millions of users every day. The companys flagship offering, Appcelerator Titanium, is the only mobile cloud platform to enable fully native, cross-platform development, from a single codebase, at web development speed for these three platforms. Appcelerators customers can leverage their existing skills and open, industry standard technologies to decrease time-to-market and development costs, increase customer adoption and revenues, and enjoy greater flexibility and control. For more information, please visit http://www.appcelerator.com.
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