Tiggzi Newsletter
April 2012

iOS Build and Other New FeaturesEventsNew TutorialsSend Us Your AppsNeed Help?About Exadel

App Payment Webinar Recording New May Features ATT Mobile Hackathon Recap Upcoming Events (Hackathons, jQuery conference)

iOS Build and Other New Features

Our April release included one of the most requested features: an iOS binary build. An Android build option has been available for some time. Now you can create your app in Tiggzi and almost instantly build the iOS version of your app from the Export menu. Now, we are working on a Windows Phone export option. (You can actually start building Windows Phone apps from Tiggzi today in 3 easy steps.)

On the UI side, we added two new components: Data Picker and Carousel. We have also upgraded the PhoneGap and jQuery Mobile versions used in the builder. Learn more about these and other new features.


Meet us in person and say hello at the following events:


May 4-5, we'll be showing again how Tiggzi Mobile App Builder is an amazing tool for hackathons as you can build apps very fast. See us at the AT&T Hackathon in Palo Alto. Find out more.

jQuery Meetup DC

In Washington DC on May 10th? Come to the DC jQuery Users Group to learn how to build jQuery Mobile apps with Tiggzi. Find out more.


May 15-16, the Tiggzi team will be at AnDevCon, a popular Anroid conference in San Francisco, for the 2nd time. Stop by our booth (#202), and say hello. Find out more.

Tiggzi In-app Billing Demo Webinar

May 23, Exadel and WAC (the Wholesale Applications Community) along with Deutsche Telekomís Developer Garden will present a hands-on interactive webinar in which we will demonstrate how to build an app with Tiggzi Mobile App Builder and WAC's in-app billing API. Find out more.

New Tutorials

Send Us Your Apps

We are totally revamping our Apps Showcase and would like to showcase your app. So, if you have a cool app that you built in Tiggzi, whether it'd mobile web, Android, or iOS tell us about it by sending an e-mail to support@tiggzi.com.

Need Help?

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

About Exadel

If you wish to learn more about how Exadel (the creators of Tiggzi) can help you in developing enterprise-level software solutions, send an e-mail to john@exadel.com.

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


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