iBuildApp Mobile App Builder Releases API

New API for mobile app building services facilitates development of apps that can access iBuildApp services remotely without logging into an account.

FOSTER CITY, CALIF. (PRWEB) March 27, 2012

iBuildApp ( http://www.iBuildApp.com) the mobile app building platform, today launched the beta version of its API for remote app management. The initiative allows developers to manage their apps built using iBuildApp platform without needing to log in to the iBuildApp platform.

iBuildApp mobile app building service is offering the API Web Service. The API allows developers to create, retrieve, update or delete content such as photos, news, or events. The web service description is available at http://ibuildapp.com/api.howto.php.

The project aims to facilitate the development of mobile cloud apps that can access services on iBuildApp cloud platform. “If you’re already using a content management system to update your website or database, now you can push your content directly to your mobile app,” says iBuildApp’s CEO Rafael Soultanov.

The API Web Service project is designed to encourage easy app management and wide adoption by developers.

An initial API Web Service proposal and reference implementation is available now for community review and participation at http://ibuildapp.com/api.howto.php. Developers can also evaluate the API Web Service for App building Services by managing their apps that stored on iBuildApp cloud

The API is currently in beta and the company looks forward to seeing what developers create. “We look forward to seeing how iBuildApp will innovate around its API in the future, and what kind of interesting apps developers will come up with. So go get an API key and hack away!” says Soultanov.

About iBuildApp

iBuildApp is an automated mobile app creation and publishing Platform-as-a-Service. The platform allows any business, group or individual to create and publish a native or a web app for a smartphone or a tablet (currently supporting HTML, iOS and Android) in minutes. The interface is template-based with widgets to add location (maps), contact us, coupons, video, audio, pictures, RSS, Twitter, Facebook and more.

Since launching in 2011, 100,000 businesses created 130,000 mobile apps using iBuildApp’s patent pending app creation and publishing PaaS. These apps have been downloaded over 10 million times. iBuildApp is headquartered in Foster City, California.

For more information, please visit iBuildApp.com.

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Twitter – @iBuildApp

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Elena Svetlova
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How to make an app

nice to go with the time and make api, but that means its only for the programers again, i was under the suggestion that ibuildapp was for develop for people like me , no coding at all.

How to make an app

George, yep. people like you start from video tutorial page how to build an app no coding required http://ibuildapp.com/howto/

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