AT&T Announces APIs For HTML5 Web Apps

Mobile carrier AT&T is running its annual Developer Summit in Las Vegas at CES 2012 and CEO Ralph De La Vega addressed around 2,500 visitors from 33 different countries. Explaining why AT&A holds this summit, he said:

“What’s good for developers is good for customers”.

Then David Christopher, Chief Marketing Officer, took the stage to present AT&T API platform for web apps based on HTML5 that can work with multiple mobile operating systems and devices, remainding that the web is going to become the best app store.

He said that 85% of all smartphones will have browsers capable of working with HTML5 by 2016, noting that AT&T’s platform features many functions such as automated sugnups to work with API in minutes. Also it includes wrappers for PHP, Java and Ruby as well as a lot of sample code in Github. API platform should operate with any mobile network, not only AT&T’s.

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Written by maxim

Monday, January 9, 2012. 23:54

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