Build iOS, Android and Windows Phone 8
hybrid apps using a single pure HTML5,
CSS and JavaScript codebase


IDE Choices

Develop cross-platform mobile apps on the go with a web client that runs in all modern browsers. 

This native Windows application provides code navigation, refactoring and real-time on-device updates.

Enjoy all of the AppBuilder platform’s cross-platform capabilities without leaving Visual Studio.

Add a set of commands to build, deploy and LiveSync changes from Sublime Text to your connected devices.

Access the build, deploy and simulator capabilities of AppBuilder from the command line, on Windows or OS X.

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Telerik AppBuilder is available separately or as part of the Telerik Platform, the first end-to-end platform for hybrid, native and web development across all devices. Join the platform to gain access to:

  • Industry-leading UI tools for web, hybrid and native apps
  • Design, develop and test mobile apps
  • Simplify data management, data integration, user management and push notifications
  • Explore user behavior with powerful app analytics
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What's New

Latest Notes

Telerik updated AppBuilder to version 2.0 on March, 2014. The new update added a number of important features and improved version control capabilities. Below is a list of new features introduced with the 2.0 release:

  • Added support for Windows Phone 8
  • Introduced the AppBuilder Command-line Interface
  • Provided support for building apps using Sublime Text with AppBuilder package
  • Added support for LESS files in the code editor
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Recent Whitepaper

Approaching Mobile: Understanding the Three Ways to Build Mobile Apps

To build apps that reach all users, developers must deal with many different operating systems, SDKs, development tools, screen sizes and form factors, as well as a technology landscape that is still in a constant state of flux. And if that were not enough, there are also several different ways to build mobile apps that development teams must sort through before beginning any new mobile effort. There are three primary approaches to building mobile apps today: Web, Hybrid, and Native.

This paper aims to explain the primary differences between these approaches and provide a basic framework for choosing the “right” way to build modern mobile apps.


  • Thanks to Telerik Backend Services and AppBuilder, I was able to release my first app, Hidden Cuisine, in two months. Telerik Backend Services makes it easy to store and access your data in the cloud.

    Blake ScarlavaiCreator of Hidden Cuisine
    Hidden Cuisine
  • Telerik AppBuilder lets me leverage my HTML, CSS and JavaScript skills easily and effectively. If it wasn’t for Telerik and its ease of use, and develop-once-and-deploy-many strategy, we would have never hit our deadlines.

    Jeff MonteforteCIO
  • Telerik AppBuilder has given us massive confidence in building hybrid apps, and we're looking forward to utilizing it for future projects

    Matthew AugierDev Team Leader
    Purple Agency

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