SAN FRANCISCO, Nov 22, 2011 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- HTML5 development powerhouse, appMobi ( www.appmobi.com ) today announced that on Black Friday (November 25) it will open source key elements of its mobile technology to further accelerate the industry's migration to HTML5. The newly open sourced technology will include the appMobi cross-platform device APIs, which support HTML5 development for both Android and iOS platforms. appMobi will also release the source code for its much heralded "mobiUs" browser, which allows HTML5 Web apps to perform identically to native apps. The bounty of technology made available to HTML5 developers is rounded out with appMobi's "DirectCanvas" technology, which accelerates HTML5 canvas rendering, physics calculations and sound by as much as 1500 percent, providing native performance to HTML5-based games.
"We believe in the open Web and the importance of an open environment for mobile apps and services," said appMobi's CTO, Sam Abadir. "To help advance the industry's move from native apps to Web-based apps, we are sharing our mobile HTML5 knowledge with the global software development community. Among other benefits, the innovations in this open source release will improve the mobile Web experience through faster downloads, better offline usage and dramatic HTML5 game performance increases. An improved HTML5 user experience is the 'rising tide that lifts all ships' for open Web mobile developers, and we are happy to pour our technology into that harbor."
appMobi will make the source code available this Friday, November 25, in the first ever Black Friday promotion specifically for HTML5 developers. These software projects will join appMobi's previous open source releases at the GitHub repository. Developers who wish to download the source code can visit appMobi's website at http://www.appmobi.com/opensource .
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