Application Craft releases a mobile app development platform that makes application creation a lot easier. The REST Fest 2012 "unconference" is right around the corner. Plus: Twitter API Using Tiggzi, Buddycloud is Learning By Doing, and 20 new APIs.
Application Craft Releases Their Mobile App Development Platform
Application Craft recently announced the release of their mobile app development platform. Application Craft aims to make mobile, tablet and desktop app creation easier. In the company’s press release they had this to say:
“App development has become hugely complex and unapproachable for many developers, so we set out to create a platform for developers of all skill levels who simply want to get their business or consumer app created professionally and out to market quickly,” said Freddy May, founder and CEO, Application Craft. “Listening to our emphatic beta users, I would say that we have already been extremely successful.”
Application Craft has a feature set that includes responsive design, drag and drop interfaces, database integration, and full branding capabilities.
Layer 7 Presents Rest Fest 2012 in Greenville, SC
On September 13-15 REST Fest 2012 will take place in Greenville, SC. The objective of this “unconference” is to, “give people interested in REST, Hypermedia APIs, crafting web service APIs, or any related topics a chance to get together in an informal setting to share ideas, trade stories, and show examples of current work.” Below is a promo video that will help get you pumped.
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