The title of this post says it all! We're extremely excited to announce that we've extended the rapid application development (RAD) capabilities of Progress Pacific to include features for developing enterprise-class mobile applications. That's right, now business users can create and deploy mobile AND web applications significantly faster than traditional development methods and with less complexity than other PaaS platforms.
The new mobile features of Progress Rollbase, the RAD component of the Pacific platform, include innovative, standards-based capabilities that address major mobility challenges that ISVs and businesses continue to struggle with as they move business applications to the cloud.
Here are some of the key benefits of Progress Rollbase Mobile:
In the blink of an eye enterprises, ISVs and businesses alike can create customized mobile and desktop apps from a unified platform with minimal coding, efficiently and securely integrate them with backend infrastructure, and quickly and easily deploy them to the cloud.
Don't just take our word for it! Try these new mobile features for free today at: https://pacific.progress.com/console/register.
Want to take a more in-depth look at the current state of mobilization? Join John Jackson, Research Vice President, Mobile & Connected Platforms at IDC and Lee Andron, Mobile Senior Principal Product Manager at Progress on Wednesday, May 14, 2014 at 11:00AM EST for a webinar, titled, “Future Proofing Mobile Application Development.” The webinar will focus on challenges to consider when developing cross-platform applications, the evolving need for a better experience across devices, and the benefits of using a single platform to build applications. Register here.
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