Appmethod September 2014 Release is Here!

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Today, we’re happy to announce the Appmethod September 2014 release is here! This latest release includes some innovative new improvements from our new revolutionary FireUI multi-device designer, improved support for the Internet of Things, parallel programming library for accessing all the CPU cores and more.

With the Sept ’14 release, we’re exciting to announce even better support for the Internet of Things (IoT) with Bluetooth and Wifi connectivity. Now you can control, iteract with and read/send data to IoT devices such as watches, home automation systems and more from one development platform. Appmethod provides pre-built tethering components that allow developers to connect to these devices (as well as any future devices) with ease. We’re proud to say Appmethod is the development platform for the Internet of Things.

The Sept ’14 release includes:

  • FireUI Multi-Device Designer – Use StreamInheritance driven forms and platform behavior services to share user interface code across all targets with developer optimized target specific views
  • Internet of Things – Easily connect to gadgets, wearables and more with Bluetooth and Wifi
  • Parallel Programming Library – Get an instant boost in performance by parallelizing app logic
  • Enterprise Mobility Service – A turnkey middleware server for easily building, deploying, and managing your enterprise data for access via the cloud or on-premise deployment. Now with user management/authentication and analytics

If you’re a current customer, the Sept ‘14 release is free – just download and install the latest version.

In the coming weeks, we’ll be going into detail on the Appmethod blog about the newest features of the Sept ‘14 release. Don’t forget to check out the features yourself by downloading Appmethod now – it’s free!

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Brian Alexakis is a Product Marketing Manager at Embarcadero Technologies. He is focused on leveraging the connected world of technology to build new experiences for the Internet of Things.


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