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Q&A video with Appcelerator founders

Appcelerator is making it easier for developers to quickly create Web applications. I spoke with the founders to better understand their strategy for community development.

By Apr. 12, 2009

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Appcelerator switches from GPL to Apache to boost adoption

Appcelerator has found that the Apache Public License will improve its adoption more than the GPL will.

By Sep. 15, 2008

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Appcelerator Titanium puts more Web apps on your desktop

A new cross-platform runtime environment takes on Adobe AIR.

By Dec. 9, 2008

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Open source executive moves: JBoss executive Ben Sabrin lands at Appcelerator

Will the JBoss exodus out of Red Hat continue?

By Dec. 10, 2007

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Survey: Company apps thwarted by mobile device diversity

The biggest barrier to creating mobile apps is the fact that there are so many to support, companies say in a new survey from Appcelerator.

By Oct. 1, 2013

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Developer survey offers top mobile predictions for 2013

Appcelerator and IDC reveal the results of their Q4 2012 mobile-developer survey. Apple's iOS and Android maintain their strong positions, and Google's Nexus tablets attract some developer interest.

By Dec. 13, 2012

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Survey: Android programmers shifting toward Web apps

Difficulties coding for Google's mobile OS are pushing programmers toward Web apps instead, an Appcelerator survey finds. But Google+ has lots of traction.

By Mar. 20, 2012

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Fired TechCrunch teen bounces back to give back

This post initially misstated the name of the incubator program. It's called the Teens in Tech Incubator. It was hosted by Teens in Tech partner Appcelerator.

By Aug. 11, 2011

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Survey: Developers dig the iPad, Android tablets

Tablets are sparking more excitement among mobile app developers, according to a new survey, with interest focused on Apple's iPad, Android tablets, and RIM's Playbook.

By Jan. 25, 2011

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Amazon's Kindle Fire: The Android tablet developers love most

Amazon's tablet has surpassed Samsung's Galaxy Tab as the Android tablet developers are most excited about, according to an Appcelerator study.

By Nov. 14, 2011