News: Tiggr: a simplified cloud service for building mobile applications

  1. Today on TheServerSide, we have Max Katz, the best-selling author of Practical RichFaces, discussing strategies for building mobile applications in the cloud, specifically by using Tiggr, a cloud-based, mobile app builder.

    I’m sure you’ve heard about platform-as-a-service (PaaS) or cloud-based services like Google Apps Engine,CloudBees, Heruko, Engine Yard, and Cloud Foundry. All are excellent platforms that ease the process of managing, maintaining, and administering the platform on which an application you develop runs. Most tend to be focused on the hosting and managing side of the finished application. But what about a cloud-based service that enables you to build an app, and specifically a mobile app?  Well, such a service already exists. The cloud-based service is called Tiggr Mobile Apps Builder.

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    Tiggr: a simplified cloud service for building mobile applications

  2. "Try Tiggr Mobile Apps Builder for free for 30 days. After that period, if you like our product and decide to continue using it, you'll provide us with your billing information and pay $45 per user per month."

  3. You get 30 days to try it. Sign up for the 30 days trial and try it. You will find that this mobile builder service provides enormous value. You can build a real mobile apps (HTML5 and native), very fast. You will save a lot of time.