Telerik Launches New Development Platform For Web, Hybrid And Native Apps


TechCrunch

Telerik has long made a wide range of tools for developers, ranging from the Kendo UI jQuery framework to the cross-platform development service Icenium and numerous related backend services for mobile and desktop apps. Today, the company is combining all of these tools under the “Telerik Platform” moniker.

The new platform allows developers to create native, hybrid and web apps for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Windows and Blackberry. The service is also pretty agnostic as to the languages developers want to use. It supports .NET, JavaScript/HTML5, Java and PHP.

Using Telerik’s AppBuilder, developers can either use the company’s own web-based IDE to create their apps or use Visual Studio with the AppBuilder extension. The online version features a very robust set of tools, including online simulators for iOS and Android, as well as version control tools and built-in git support.

Building on its existing tools, the company argues that…

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