Mobile framework, iPFaces, as a breakthrough in creating network applications

ipfacesMonths of hard work and hundreds of hours spent using different mobile devices. That is a part of the history of Edhouse, the company now introducing iPFaces, the brand new mobile application which simplifies the creation of native, form-oriented network applications for mobile devices. Mobile programmers can now focus on design and functionality and save days of programming a mobile platform itself. Why? iPFaces transfers the entire application logic to central application server level.

iPFaces is what all the developers were looking for. Compatibility between device versions, developer user-friendliness and the simplicity of application version changing and editing are only some of the features iPFaces have to offer.

Knowledge of the specific platform is often required for programming applications for mobile devices, as well as being familiar with the programming code and development environment. Devices using the same platform often differ, as do even two versions of firmware for the same device.

Using iPFaces avoids the mobile client programming completely. All the developer has to do is install the general iPFaces client to the mobile device in the standard way and file the address of the iPFaces server upon its first launch.

This fully functional, stable and tuned application supported by all mobile platforms is completely for free. Besides that, the entire solution ensures easy distribution of the client application to its end users. To top it all, Edhouse provides special libraries for iPFaces support for programming in ASP.Net, Java and PHP web technologies.

For more information, visit the website at www.ipfaces.org

Edhouse is an IT company that provides a huge range of flexible and optimised solutions in consulting and developing software technologies.

For media:
Edhouse
Pavel Strzinek
+420 571 893 898
strzinek@edhouse.cz

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One thought on “Mobile framework, iPFaces, as a breakthrough in creating network applications

  1. Voldik

    I think that this idea is quite good and this framework may be very useful. Beginners must be very interested in. As I’m.