Appcelerator

  • Appcelerator Raises $15 Million Series C Round

    Appcelerator Raises $15 Million Series C Round

    Appcelerator, makers of the popular mobile cloud development platform Titanium, has raised $15 million in Series C funding in a round led by Mayfield Fund, Translink Capital and Red Hat. Existing investors eBay, Inc., Sierra Ventures and Storm Ventures also participated in the round. The additional funding will be used to expand Appcelerator’s Titanium product line, with an emphasis… Read More

  • Appcelerator Acquires Particle Code To Help Devs Build Games And Apps For Any Mobile Device

    Appcelerator Acquires Particle Code To Help Devs Build Games And Apps For Any Mobile Device

    As native mobile applications continue to surge in popularity across multiple, incompatible operating systems, the demand for powerful developer tools that can simultaneously deploy across all of these platforms  (and the web) is stronger than ever. So it’s not a big surprise when a hot startup in the space gets snapped up. Which is exactly what just happened this morning: Particle Code… Read More

  • Appcelerator Launches Open Mobile Marketplace, An App Store For App Components

    Appcelerator Launches Open Mobile Marketplace, An App Store For App Components

    Mobile cloud platform company Appcelerator, makers of the cross-platform Titanium platform for building mobile, tablet and desktop applications, is today announcing the launch of the “Appcelerator Open Mobile Marketplace.” The new store, which was announced at the company’s Codestrong Developer Conference this afternoon, includes mobile app modules, templates, design… Read More

  • Barnes & Noble Courts HTML Devs With Appcelerator Partnership

    Barnes & Noble Courts HTML Devs With Appcelerator Partnership

    Although it is free to develop for the B&N Nook Color’s homegrown version of Android, the company is courting devs who may or may not be as comfortable with the vagaries of Android development by selecting Appcelerator as a partner to help “accelerate” app development for the platform. Appcelerator makes Titanium mobile, an IDE that focuses on web devs rather than… Read More

  • Appcelerator Acquires Web App Development Suite Aptana

    Appcelerator Acquires Web App Development Suite Aptana

    We’ve learned exclusively that Appcelerator, an open source platform for building and managing rich web, desktop and mobile applications, has acquired fellow development environment Aptana. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Aptana offers web application development tools with support for a variety of programming languages, including JavaScript, Ruby, PHP and Python. Aptana’s… Read More

  • Appcelerator Releases New Preview Of Open Source Developer Platform Titanium

    This morning, Mountain View-based startup Appcelerator is taking the wraps off its second Preview Release for Titanium, an open-source developer platform meant to compete with Adobe AIR and the likes for building rich internet, mobile and desktop applications. Titanium PR2 comes with a number of new features that are worth taking a look at, like an extensible Module API and built-in support… Read More

  • Appcelerator Releases New Preview Of Open Source Developer Platform Titanium, Adds Bells And Whistles

    Appcelerator Releases New Preview Of Open Source Developer Platform Titanium, Adds Bells And Whistles

    This morning, Mountain View-based startup Appcelerator is taking the wraps off its second Preview Release for Titanium, an open-source developer platform meant to compete with Adobe AIR and the likes for building rich internet, mobile and desktop applications. Titanium PR2 comes with a number of new features that are worth taking a look at, like an extensible Module API and built-in support… Read More

  • Appcelerator Raises $4.1 Million for Open Source RIA Platform

    Appcelerator Raises $4.1 Million for Open Source RIA Platform

    Mountain View-based startup Appcelerator has raised $4.1 million in a Series A round led by Storm Ventures. The money will go primarily towards the development of an open source competitor to Adobe AIR, which enables web developers to create applications that look and function more like desktop programs. The first version of Appcelerator’s RIA platform, dubbed Titanium, is being… Read More