HTML5 Dev. Gets a Boost with Alpha Anywhere 2.0

Alpha Anywhere 2.0 builds Hybrid Business Apps with One Click, the complete front-end to back-end, prototype-to-production environment for rapidly developing and deploying enterprise-level, cross-platform mobile and web business applications. Alpha Anywhere 2.0 incorporates a host of powerful enhancements, including Adobe PhoneGap Build integration, enhanced security, built-in support for high-quality icons fonts and design elements, and new style templates that mirrors the latest iOS7 and Android look and feel. Alpha Anywhere is a single development and deployment environment including tons of great intigration and administrative features that slashes development time by 5 to 10 times, and simplifies the process of building HTML5 business applications.



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