Monaca Exiting Beta and Hitting the Market on September 12 – Develop Hybrid Applications for iOS, Android and Windows 8 In HTML5 And JavaScript, From Your Browser

After spending more than two years listening to feedback and improving Monaca – a cloud-based development platform featuring native iOS, Android and Windows 8 capabilities – Asial Corporation is finally ready to end the Beta period and release its popular software on the market on September 12, 2013.

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Tokyo, Japan (PRWEB) September 07, 2013

After spending more than two years listening to feedback and improving Monaca – a cloud-based development platform featuring native iOS, Android and Windows 8 capabilities – Asial Corporation is finally ready to end the Beta period and release its popular software on the market on September 12, 2013.

“I really want to thank all the users who have been involved with our Beta version,” said Masahiro Tanaka, Product Manager and CEO of Asial Corporation, “I am so proud to announce the first stable release: we have been improving Monaca for a while now, and it’s time for an official debut.”

Monaca solves the problem of developing applications for multiple mobile operative systems at once. While it’s great that consumers have so many devices to choose from, device-specific app development presents a series of challenges, such as the need to learn new programming languages specific to a certain environment.

Asial Corporation’s solution puts the developer in the condition to work with a combination of HTML5-based applications with native functions and develop so-called “Hybrid Applications” directly from a web browser. Monaca allows developers to use Web standard languages they already know – HTML5, JavaScript and CSS. Also, browser-based development means huge savings on development tools and environments.

The first official release of Monaca includes the following enhancements:

•Framework update to PhoneGap 2.9 Monaca’s PhoneGap library has been updated from 2.2 to 2.9. That means a more stable framework, and new extra functions such as the InAppBrowser module.

•Brand-new HTML5-based UI Framework A new, high-quality interface layered on top of Monaca’s framework.

•Team Building for improved collaboration Multiple users can now share a project and use the built-in chat function.

•Project Import/Export Local backups are now possible.

•Screen Capture and Share The debugger can now take a screenshot, send it to IDE, and share it with all team members.

•Code Compile and Code Linting (available in October) Code can now be compiled for increased security. Code linting to find bugs will be available soon.

Monaca’s pricing and plans breakdown are available at Monaca Website.

•About Monaca
"Monaca" is a cloud-based development platform featuring native iOS, Android and Windows 8 capability from Asial Corporation. It allows developers to create native apps for multiple mobile operative systems simultaneously. Using Monaca’s IDE developers can create, debug and distribute apps in a browser-based environment, significantly saving on operative costs.

•About Asial
Asial Corporation is a technology venture focused on server-side web and mobile application development, management and technical support services.


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