|By Business Wire||
|May 29, 2014 10:01 AM EDT||
KidoZen™, a pioneer in next-generation enterprise mobility solutions, today announced the release of its HTML5 App Designer, a visual drag-and-drop tool that makes it easy to rapidly build prototype and production-ready, cross-platform HTML5 applications. The new HTML5 App Designer is a new feature enhancement to the KidoZen enterprise mobile platform and available for immediate use by customers.
“Our mission is to deliver the most robust, enterprise-ready mobile platform while simplifying the experience for enterprise mobile developers,” said Jesus Rodriguez, co-founder and CEO of KidoZen. “The HTML5 App Designer delivers on this promise by helping designers and developers to innovate faster through a simplified, drag-and-drop interface that makes collaborating and creating HTML5 mobile applications ridiculously easy.”
Key capabilities of the KidoZen HTML5 App Designer include:
- Visual drag-and-drop. Click, move and place components onto your screen to rapidly design, develop and edit HTML5 mobile applications.
- jQuery mobile support. Choose from over 30 jQuery Mobile powered components that create production-ready apps when dropped into the screen.
- Cross-platform support. Develop applications once and run them anywhere, whether native or web-based.
- Easy collaboration. Visual design tools make it easy for lines of business owners to build mobile app prototypes and share them with designers and developers for development.
KidoZen is an enterprise mobile platform-as-a-service company that was founded around a simple, yet powerful goal: to enable the mobile-first enterprise. The company is accomplishing this goal by providing a simple model for IT organizations to incorporate backend functionality such as security and integration of line-of-business and SaaS capabilities into their enterprise mobile applications. KidoZen is providing the foundation for the mobile-first enterprise across a broad range of medium to Fortune 500 organizations.
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