– For The Development Of Mobile Apps

AppMobi.comThis company has created a development platform for mobile apps that is named appMobi XDK. This platform is entirely cloud-powered. It basically lets people come up with apps using languages and tools that they are familiarized with such as HTML5, Javascript and CSS3, and then having them deployed to their mobile platform of choice.

Or (to put it in even simpler words) what appMobi lets the user do is come up with native apps without having to learn a new, complex language in order to create something that stands out from the crowd.

If this XDK does indeed become widespread, that could mark the end of complicated SDKs. That’s all hypothetical talk, of course. But if people are enabled to code complex apps by using industry-standard HTML and CSS, they would no longer learn Ruby, C or Lua just to add animations and effects to the apps they are creating. Again – this is just hypothetical talk. Yet, such a possibility is an alluring one any way you look at it. In Their Own Words

“Create your mobile app using HTML5, CSS3 and Javascript, then easily deploy it to iPhone, iPad and Android. You’ll use the tools you already know to develop high performance native apps without the need to learn new and complex languages.”

Why It Might Be A Killer

It will let even those with basic technical knowledge come up with fully-featured mobile apps.

Some Questions About

How successful can this become? What might help/hinder its progress?