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InfomatiX announces the release of version 2.0 of Mobiaccess Mobile Development Framework, a platform-independent mobile SDK which offers developers the opportunity of creating mobile solutions
InfomatiX, Hungary's software developer in mobile information technology announces the release of version 2.0 of Mobiaccess Mobile Development Framework, a platform-independent mobile SDK which offers developers the opportunity of creating mobile solutions.
Today's mobile platforms are fragmented and providing solutions for all of them is a great challenge. One year after the release of the first 1.0 version of mobiaccess, InfomatiX has gathered enough experience and feedback to release an improved 2.0 version of mobiaccess to the public. Based on the experience of the last five years projects, and the development of mobiaccess 1.0, the 2.0 version of mobiaccess gives developers much more freedom on creating applications to any mobile platform.
Where boxed products are just not good enough individuals/SMEs can use mobiaccess 2.0 to build their own proprietary solutions, porting the business logic to all mobile platforms. Users can also develop any database in SQL server or even in Microsoft Access, manage it with the new mobiaccess 2.0 wizards and distribute the ready applications between their customers.
Large enterprises with already existing, widely-sold successful products for PCs can also meet their clients demand for mobile access on all available platforms with mobiaccess 2.0, while small-scale projects as well as creative ideas can also benefit from reduced time-to-market.
Mobiaccess 2.0 handles the most difficult areas, such as PIM synchronization, data replication, client-side visualization, access control on all the platforms, thus reducing the development time, and allowing enterprises to focus on the business process.
“We have been improving and developing mobiaccess 2.0 in the last year, based on the 1.0 version. Now it has reached its final form, and the product is ready for developers. I'm sure, it'll meet exactly their needs." - said Balazs Benedek, business development director.