Progress Named a Leader in Mobile App Dev by Gartner_2_870x220

Progress has been named a Leader in the 2017 Gartner Mobile Application Development Platform Magic Quadrant, on evaluation of offerings, including NativeScript.

We’re proud to share that Progress has just been named a Leader by Gartner in their Mobile Application Development Platform (MADP) Magic Quadrant. We believe this is a testament to the strength of our strategy, both in vision and in execution. We couldn’t have done it without the support of the developer community, from your feedback on our UI components to contributions to our open source NativeScript framework—thank you!

We are excited because this recognition highlights the capability of our portfolio to make the life of today’s developer as easy as possible. From industry leading UI tools that essentially provide a building block for your entire front-end to help build engaging, modern app experiences, to versatile development, testing and analytics tools to power your backend, we’ve developed a suite of tools designed by, and specifically for, developers and their needs.

In particular, I want to highlight NativeScript. {N} adoption has taken off lately with over half a million downloads, and we believe its development was a key factor in moving us from a Visionary to a Leader in the Gartner report. I would also like to give a nod to Kendo UI for Angular. Whether you develop Angular apps with TypeScript or JavaScript, Kendo UI for Angular delivers true Angular UI components, not just wrappers for existing components. In tandem with our Backend Services, these are critical parts of our vision to make cross-platform native mobile development truly easy for developers.

Our mission has always been to enable our developers with the best tools—helping you not only weather technology changes but thrive through them. From desktop to web to mobile, we have been at the forefront of application development as it has evolved. We are excited that feedback from our community as a whole as well as Gartner continue to show us we are heading in the right direction, and we are looking forward to continue to helping you achieve your goals as they advance.

Gartner Peer Insights provides verified user ratings and peer reviews by end-users, customers and partners. The Progress product portfolio has more than 110 customer reviews, to date. If you are looking for more information on what other developers think, check it out. If you are a user, please feel free to contribute your own thoughts!

We’re committed to continuing to make your lives as developers easier both today and for the long haul. To learn more about our selection as a Leader in the 2017 Gartner Mobile Application Development Platform Magic Quadrant, you can read more here.

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Faris Sweis

As SVP & GM of the Developer Tooling Business, Faris is responsible for driving the overall success of this business for Progress, ensuring the company continues to deliver best-of-breed tools for developers. Boldly tackling software development challenges for over 19 years, this admitted tech-gadget guy loves basketball almost as much as a good political or religious debate. His responsibilities include running engineering, product, support, sales and marketing for these product lines. 

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