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Convertigo MADP is a Open Source Mobile Application Development Platform to help Enterprises to develop and run cross-platform mobile applications connected to enterprise data back-ends.
J2ObjC Eclipse Plugin, is an Eclipse plugin for interfacing Google's j2objc compiler in Eclipse. It allows you to generate Objective-C source codes from existing Java projects in Eclipse. Most...
IBM® MobileFirst Platform Test Workbench (previously for Worklight) is an automated functional testing feature for Android and iOS native and hybrid applications developed with IBM MobileFirst ...
Codename One is an open source platform for native mobile development in Java/Kotlin. It natively supports Android, iOS, Windows (UWP) etc. It's free, open source. It includes a GUI Builder, si...
Breaking the code, with iizi platform based on Eclipse
Mindus simplifies the digital transformation for coders, made by people who like to code. Discover iizi, our platform that changes the basi...
EntireJ is a Rapid Application Development (RAD) environment for building highly scalable, enterprise-class applications in RAP/JavaFX. EntireJ uses powerful declarative features so that business d...
Mobile and Device Development, Testing, Tools
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J2ME, UI, Mobile and Device Development, Application Development Frameworks
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Web, Build and Deploy, Application Development Frameworks, Mobile and Device Development, IDE
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IDE, SOA Development, Rich Client Applications, Database Development, Application Development Frameworks
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Mobile and Device Development, IDE, Build and Deploy, Application Server, Application Development Frameworks
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Tools, Source Code Analyzer, UI
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