31 Jan Coming soon: Snapp, a novel framework to build native apps, no software coding required
Rome (Italy), 31 Jan 2015. Foneclay is about to launch Snapp, a novel framework to build native apps, no software coding required.
Snapp is the new frontier of app development, it allows everyone (even people not familiar with coding languages) to make their own dream app.
It is also perfect for fast prototyping and allows any mobile app coders to save a lot of time. In fact, Snapp has a super fast deployment workflow and you can directly test your app on your device in just a few steps. For example, one very powerful feature is that it can support devices with different resolutions with no layout issues, so your app can run both on mobile and tablet flawlessly.
Another strong point of this cloud based platform is that it has a very user friendly interface with a first area fully dedicated to the design of the various application screens and a second one for “script”. Here we wrongly used the term “script”, because the user will never write a single line of text, instead he will compose the code of his application by just dragging and dropping nice looking and intuitive colored blocks! Based on the chosen blocks and how they connects with Snapp you can create any logic you want and need for your app. It is very intutive, it is like some sort of puzzle games.
Some background info on this product: it was 2009 and Isaac Eteminan (former Qualcomm VP) one day had the ambitious idea to create a software to enable everyone to create their own app and talked about that with a very close friend and colleague Marco Carosi, who was enthusiast of the idea. Very soon they founded Foneclay with the purpose to realize that utopian dream, and they gathered a unique team of brilliant engineers and designers and gave birth to Snapp.
The true power of Snapp and the major difference with other similar products, is that the platform will interpret your composition of blocks and graphics and will be able to wrap up your application in native code (no HTML5 or virtual machines).
Initially available for Android! iOS will come next.