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|Type||Rapid Application Development|
AppFlower is an open source application builder for use in building web-based applications. AppFlower provides a visual designer (Studio) to develop applications without prior knowledge of programming, using drag and drop and no coding. Advanced users can create more complex applications.
- Enterprise-level application builder
- Web-based Visual Designer (IDE)
- Widget, Layout and Theme builder
- No coding philosophy
- Native REST integration for all Widgets
- Modern web 2.0 user-interface with Sencha
- RAD for web 2.0
- Open-source and Extendable (based on Symfony & Sencha)
- Integrated Debugging and Benchmarker utilities
- Large community-base with plugins from both AppFlower, Sencha, Symfony (and third-party PHP frameworks like Zend).
The AppFlower project is sponsored by AppFlower ApS, a Danish software development agency.
- AppFlower making apps fast review, Killerstartups.com . Retrieved January 19, 2013.
- Official website
- AppFlower application showcase and AppFlower Screencasts on Vimeo
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