AppFlower

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AppFlower Engine
AppFlower icon.jpg
Original author(s) AppFlower[1]
Stable release 1.3 / October 13, 2012 (2012-10-13)
Development status Dead
Written in PHP5 and JavaScript
Operating system Cross-platform
Type Rapid Application Development
License MIT License
Website www.appflower.com

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.

AppFlower is based on the model–view–controller (MVC) development framework Symfony, and the JavaScript library Ext JS.

Features[edit]

  • 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).

Sponsors[edit]

The AppFlower project is sponsored by AppFlower ApS, a Danish software development agency.

References[edit]

  1. ^ AppFlower making apps fast review, Killerstartups.com . Retrieved January 19, 2013.

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