Top 22 Mobile Application Development Platforms
Last updated: November 02, 2019
Mobile Application Development Platforms allow to quickly build, test, run and manage native mobile apps.
The complete mobile app platform. Focus on creating unique & engaging apps on any platform. We take care of everything else your app needs, from the core of your app to analytics and push notifications.
We created Xamarin because we knew there had to be a better way – a better way to design apps, to develop apps, to integrate apps, to test apps and more. We’re developers, so we know what developers want from mobile app development software: a modern programming language, code sharing across all platforms, prebuilt backend connectors and no-compromise native user interfaces.
Speed time to market with native cross-platform app development & testing, simplified access to data via mobile-optimized APIs, and comprehensive real-time mobile analytics to power user engagement and measure success.
AppGyver most advanced platform for building hybrid mobile apps with HTML5. We've selected the best of what HTML5, native APIs and the top frameworks have to offer. We've then modified, improved and re-imagined them to bring you the best blend possible.
IBM Worklight Foundation helps you extend your business to mobile devices. It is designed to provide an open, comprehensive platform to build, test, run and manage native, hybrid and mobile web apps. IBM Worklight Foundation can help reduce both app development and maintenance costs, improve time-to-market and enhance mobile app governance and security.
Firebase is a realtime backend as a service that allows you to create incredible apps. Save, Store and Update Data in realtime. Build realtime mobile and web apps in minutes using client-side code and our powerful API. Save time. Delight your users.
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Free and open source, Ionic offers a library of mobile-optimized HTML, CSS and JS components for building highly interactive apps. Built with Sass and optimized for AngularJS. The beautiful, open source front-end framework for developing hybrid mobile apps with HTML5.
We help enterprises, agencies, and developers launch successful and engaging apps on our platform. Deliver beautiful, secure online and offline experiences on any phone, tablet or browser. Connect your apps to any internal or external data source.
Codiqa is a powerful drag-and-drop builder for creating cross-platform HTML5 mobile apps and websites. It's simple, easy to use, and so damn useful.
Accelerate Mobile Innovation in the Enterprise. The only cloud-based platform with visual development tools and integrated backend services. Build iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and HTML5 Mobile Apps
Create an app for your business with intuitive editor. Customize app's look and feel: edit layout, images, buttons and color schemes. Add functional features, fill in your content Review and test your app on a mobile device
Using our do-it-yourself platform, scan your website for content and fill in any additional information. Choose our premade templates or start from scratch. Quickly build Native iOS, Android and Mobile Websites.
Conduits give people access to the resources they need and the connections they crave - whether they’re built out of concrete, copper, or code. This idea has guided us on our journey of innovation. And while our technology keeps evolving, our mission has stayed the same: to give businesses the solutions they need to build powerful bonds with their customers by offering experiences that are valuable and engaging.
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Build powerful applications fast, change them even faster. Accelerate development with existing resources, simplify the change process, and wrap it up in complete end-to-end lifecycle management.
Transform your business by creating custom business apps with Microsoft PowerApps. Connect data from the cloud and make your own app - no coding required.
Build mobile apps fast, Connect your digital business, Deliver content everywhere.
App Builder for busy small business owners. Build Android and iOS apps quickly and without writing a single line of code.
Latest news about Mobile Application Development Platforms
2017. Xamarin now lets run and test iOS apps directly from Windows
Untill now Microsoft’s Xamarin already allowed to develop iOS applications in Visual Studio but they still needed a Mac to build and test apps. But with the new Xamarin Live Player, they can deploy, run, test and debug iOS apps directly from a Windows PC that runs Visual Studio. To enable this new functionality, developers have to install the Xamarin Live Player app on their iOS device and then pair it to their PC by scanning a QR code on their screen. With this, Microsoft is closing the loop for most developers and is getting a step closer to its goal of positioning Windows 10 as the preferred operating system for cross-platform development.
2016. Built.io launches an IFTTT for business users
Built.io has long offered an integration tool Flow that allowed technical users (think IT admins and developers) to create complex, multi-step integrations with the help of an easy to use drag-and-drop interface. Now the company has also launched a more basic version of Flow that is aimed at business users who want to create IFTTT-like integrations between applications like Cisco Spark, Slack, Gmail, Marketo and Salesforce. To clarify the difference between the two services, the old version of Flow is now Flow Enterprise, while this new one is branded as Flow Express.
2016. Built.io Flow makes building enterprise integrations easier
Built.io is launching a major update of its enterprise integration service Flow that will make it easier for businesses to build more powerful integrations. Flow is a drag-and-drop tool for building enterprise integrations. It’s a bit of a mix of Yahoo Pipes (R.I.P.) and IFTTT for connecting services like Salesforce and Marketo to help automate the sales process in an organization, for example. It’s worth noting that in the world of enterprise, integration is still a big business, with plenty of development shops doing very little else but helping their customers connect various third-party services. The Built.io team argues that it can take a process that often takes weeks and reduce it to a few hours.
2016. Microsoft launched its no-coding app builder
Microsoft opened the new service PowerApps that allows anybody to build basic business apps without having to touch any code. These apps can run on the web and on mobile (through the PowerApps apps for iOS and Android). Building apps in PowerApps is mostly a drag-and-drop affair. While the service offers an online dashboard, the design work happens in a Windows 10 desktop app. It also offers a number of templates for a couple of standard use cases. For the most part, though, building new apps from scratch is pretty straightforward — though maybe not quite as trivial as Microsoft’s marketing wants to make it look.
2016. Microsoft's development platform Xamarin integrates with Visual Studio
Xamarin, the cross-platform development platform Microsoft recently acquired, launched updates to almost all of the core features of its platform. Xamarin is open-sourcing its SDKs for Android, iOS and Mac under the MIT license. These SDKs include the command-line tools for building applications, as well as Xamarin’s cross-platform Xamarin.Forms UI framework. The Xamarin IDE (for Mac), though, will remain closed-source for now. A lot of the new functionality is coupled to Microsoft’s tools, especially Visual Studio. iOS developers who want to code in C#, for example, can now use Xamarin’s iOS Simulator right from Visual Studio on Windows (though the simulator itself still has to run on a networked Mac and Visual Studio essentially creates a remote connection to it). In addition, Visual Studio/Xamarin users can now deploy apps to iOS devices that are plugged into the Windows machine’s USB port right from Visual Studio, too.