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ICEsoft Ships ICEmobile -- Open Source Platform for Mobile Java EE Apps

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CALGARY, AB -- (Marketwire) -- 01/08/13 -- ICEsoft Technologies Inc., a leading global supplier of open-source technologies for enterprise, announced today that ICEmobile 1.2 is shipping. ICEmobile is an open-source project for the development of mobile applications using pure Java EE, web-based techniques. With ICEmobile, you build a single web application that looks, feels, and behaves like a native application on any of the world's most popular mobile devices, with no need for native mobile application development.

ICEmobile leverages Java EE, HTML5 and Ajax to create web-based applications where the client presentation matches the device's native look and feel, but is delivered via a secure, enterprise-strength, Java backend. The web-based approach ensures seamless cross-platform support for today's most advanced smart phones and tablets. ICEmobile offers native device containers that extend browser capabilities, providing seamless integration with native device capabilities such as the camera, camcorder and microphone.

"Java EE standards are at the heart of ICEmobile," said Stephen Maryka, ICEsoft CTO. "With ICEmobile, Enterprise Java developers can leverage existing core competencies, development tools and best practices to deliver solutions that span the entire spectrum from desktop to mobile devices."

ICEmobile 1.2 contains over 170 new features including:

  • Unparalleled support for both JSF/Spring and JSP
  • Adaptive layout controls to simplify page design for different device types
  • Improved device detection and styling to ensure page layouts and web controls look and perform optimally
  • Access to native device contact lists
  • Application templates for faster starts

Availability and Licensing
ICEmobile 1.2 is available for download now at: http://www.icesoft.org/java/downloads/icemobile-downloads.jsf

About ICEsoft Technologies
ICEsoft Technologies Inc. is a commercial open source company and a leading global provider of RIA solutions for desktop and mobile enterprise. Founded in 2001, ICEsoft products are used by over 10,000 enterprises and 150,000 developers worldwide. ICEsoft is the proud sponsor of ICEfaces, ICEmobile and ICEpdf.

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