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New Telerik Platform Empowers 1M-Strong Developer Community with First End-to-End Platform for Hybrid, Native and Web Development Across All Devices

Telerik® today announced the new Telerik Platform that adapts to any development approach—web, hybrid or native, as well as to ever-evolving app development requirements. Instead of forcing developers to choose between native, hybrid or web like most vendors, Telerik provides the first platform that enables developers to build compelling apps for any screen with the only end-to-end, yet modular platform combining rich UI tools with powerful cloud services. Developers can immediately sign up for a comprehensive trial or a free starter edition at Telerik.com and experience what it means to develop for any approach, OS, device and technology.

“Mobile development isn’t a ‘one-size-fits-all’ challenge. Telerik understands that every application is different, with different goals and requirements. Developing experiences the right way requires a platform capable of adapting to these differences,” said Vassil Terziev, CEO of Telerik. "We believe the days of trying to deliver mobile app strategies in isolation with ‘silver bullet’ frameworks are over. The new Telerik Platform delivers the end-to-end tools and services developers need to support a modern adaptive development strategy. And unlike competing offerings, it allows developers to integrate a single module into their existing infrastructure and adopt the complete platform as their needs grow.”

Industry-Leading UI for Web, Hybrid and Native Apps

The new Telerik Platform delivers a comprehensive set of UI tools that enable developers to choose the best approach for every project. The standards-based, best practices-oriented solutions support:

  • Any Approach: Web, hybrid and native
  • Any OS: iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Windows and Blackberry
  • Any Device: Desktops, tablets and smartphones
  • Any Technology: .NET, JavaScript/HTML5, Java JSP and PHP

The Telerik Platform provides a single, unified interface to facilitate streamlined development, deployment, management and maintenance of cross-platform applications, regardless of the approach taken. It is standalone but also built to easily integrate with third-party products, so developers can continue to use their existing tools and services, while making it easy to integrate into any development workflow.

Cloud Services for Every App

A complete set of powerful cloud services is fully integrated with the entire suite of the Telerik Platform to optimize design, delivery, management and real-time analysis of apps across all screens with a single, unified platform. With Telerik cloud services, developers can:

  • Design, develop and test mobile apps with Telerik cross-platform cloud tools
  • Simplify data management, data integration, user management and push notifications for multiple apps from a single unified services infrastructure
  • Easily deploy apps to private and public app stores
  • Utilize app analytics and user behavior on multiple levels

End-to-End and Modular Platform

The Telerik Platform seamlessly integrates modules that cover the entire application lifecycle—from ideation and development, to deployment to measurement, while embracing developers’ existing skills, tools and workflows. The Telerik Platform provides services for:

  • Development (including IDE, UI libraries and APIs)
  • Debugging
  • Automated testing
  • Deployment
  • Management
  • Measurement
  • Collaboration

“The Telerik Platform is the very first and most comprehensive platform we’ve encountered that allows us to empower our developers to create world-class apps that span multiple devices, operating systems and technologies,” said Chuck Cooper, Senior Vice President of Enterprise Architecture and CISO, Paylocity. “With the Telerik Platform, our developers can confidently build robust and engaging cross-platform apps without limitations. We’re also impressed with how seamlessly the Telerik Platform integrates into our existing developer workflows and environments. Telerik is changing app development for the better and our developers couldn’t be more pleased with its new platform.”

Free Starter and Comprehensive Trial Editions Now Available

A complete version of the new Telerik Platform for mobile application development, as well as a free starter edition, are now available. Developers can instantly begin building better mobile apps by signing up at Telerik.com.

Learn More at Upcoming Webcast

Developers interested in learning how the new Telerik Platform is unifying modern app development through its distinctive adaptive approach can attend a free online keynote and webinar to learn more on Wednesday, February 12, 2014 at 11:00 a.m. ET/8:00 a.m. PT. Visit http://www.mobileappsaredead.com/ to register now.

About Telerik

Telerik empowers its customers to create compelling app experiences across any screen. Our end-to-end platform uniquely combines industry-leading UI tools with cloud services to simplify the entire app development lifecycle. Telerik tools and services can be adopted individually or as a platform and seamlessly integrated with other popular developer solutions. More than 130,000 customers from 40,000 organizations in 94 countries depend on Telerik products, including more than 450 of the Fortune 500®, academic institutions, governments and non-profits. For additional information about Telerik, please visit telerik.com or follow @telerik on Twitter.

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