• Cloud Mobile

    Frictionless App Distribution with Telerik AppManager

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    Mobile app distribution is painful. You know it, we know it. Dealing with iOS provisioning profiles is a necessary evil, publishing via the public app stores takes days if not weeks, and setting up your own private app store is more work than it's worth. For the past year now Telerik AppManager has been assisting developers with internal app deployments by taking much of this pain away and providing a friction-free path for apps built with the Telerik Platforms to your users. Today I'm pleased to announce some big updates to AppManager!
  • Mobile

    Telerik AppBuilder with Cordova 4.0 and Crosswalk Support

    Hot off the heels of our last major update, we have a new and highly anticipated release for you. Today, we are pleased to announce full support for Cordova Android 4.0 and Crosswalk! This means major performance improvements and HTML5 compatibility for your Android apps.
  • Cloud Mobile

    Telerik Platform and Wikitude Make Augmented Reality a Snap

    A quick survey of current industry research leaves little room to deny that the future is bright for augmented reality and its associated industry, mainly wearable technology.
  • Telerik Platform Verified with Citrix XenMobile

    Security is an ever-present, and growing, concern in the new "bring your own device" (BYOD) era of mobile computing. One of the leaders in this Mobile Application Management (MAM) space is Citrix XenMobile, and we are proud to announce that apps created with the Telerik Platform are now fully verified and considered "Citrix Ready Worx Verified."
  • Telerik AppBuilder - Some Simple, Effective Methods for Securing Your Source Code

    You've spent countless hours developing your app. You've nurtured it from its inception as an idea, held it through its grueling testing and debugging, and finally, watched it progress into a full-featured mobile app ready to be distributed to the world. The only lingering question is this: How do you protect all of your invested time, money, and hard work from being copied, altered or otherwise used for free?