Tiggzi Newsletter - February 2013
February 2013

Tiggzi Now Powers Progress® OpenEdge® Mobile App Builder

We are proud that Tiggzi powers the OpenEdge Mobile App Builder product launched by Progress Software (NASDAQ: PRGS), a global software company that simplifies and enables the development and deployment of business applications. Tiggzi technology is now available to over 1500 Progress Software independent software vendors and their thousands of enterprise customers. Check out the case study here.

Tiggzi on the Road

Next week (March 10th, 11th, and 12th), we are going to be at South by Southwest 2013! While we're there, we'll be at the famous Circus Mashimus lounge showing how to build mobile apps with Mashery APIs and API plug-ins with Tiggzi Platform. Look for us at the ESPN demo station.

On February 21st and 22nd, Tiggzi was a Silver sponsor at the API Strategy and Practice conference in NYC. The 2-day event was packed with talks on everything API. In our talk, we demonstrated how fast and easy it is to build mobile apps connected to APIs using the Tiggzi platform. We showed how to use the ESPN API provided through Mashery to build a mobile headline news app.

Just this past weekend (March 2nd and 3rd), we attended the first jQuery Toronto conference giving a talk on how to use jQuery Mobile to join the API economy.

Check Out Our Next Webinar

With all the focus on connecting to online services, it's important to remember that sometimes an app needs to work offline. This webinar will show you how to build offline apps with Tiggzi. Register now for this webinar:

March 20, 2013
11am Pacific Time

On February 20th, we had our most recent webinar. In this webinar, we covered the back-end services you can use with your apps that are already built into the Tiggzi platform. You can view the archive video online.

Expose Your Data Sources with REST

In our last issue, we talked about a complement to Tiggzi, REST4Enterprise, our gateway to "REST-ify" databases and database queries. Since then, REST4Enterprise has continued to improve. It's free and easy to use. See what you think.

Need Help?

If you need help, you can always contact us on the forum, via e-mail, Twitter, Facebook, or our blog.

Thank you,
Max Katz and the rest of the Tiggzi team


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