Telerik, an end-to-end provider of software application, lifecycle and content management solutions, must be ecstatic having recently launched Icenium, the industry's first Integrated Cloud Environment (ICE), achieving a remarkable milestone of 10,000 downloads by developers within a week of general availability.
In stark contrast, Icenium, which supports cross-platform mobile development, enables developers to use their existing Web development experience to create and deploy hybrid consumer and business applications that run natively on iOs and Android (News - Alert) mobile platforms.
A survey of those who downloaded Icenium clearly bears out the fact that Icenium is particularly beneficial for those with a lot of Web development experience but limited mobile development knowledge.
Going a step further, Icenium's breakthrough approach also does away with having to work in and manage multiple SDKs, as it has decoupled the coding environment platform-agnostic. This allows developers to focus on innovation and not platform-specific management.
Thus, using a single development comprehensive toolset, they can build apps for multiple platforms rapidly and with no hassle.
By subscribing to Icenium, developers can access the complete toolset for Web and mobile development across many platforms, operating systems, tablets and other mobile devices. In addition, Icenium LiveSync enables developers to review changes made in real time across all connected devices.
“The positive response to Icenium has been overwhelming. Developers and designers from organizations, large and small alike are leveraging capabilities such as Icenium LiveSync for a variety of iOS and Android based-apps,” said Doug Seven, executive vice president, Telerik.
Icenium therefore ensures modern productivity tooling, portability of environment and flexibility for developers are no longer tethered to a place, nor do they have to depend on a single platform. No wonder then that it has achieved such overwhelming positive response in such a short time.
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Edited by Braden Becker