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15 Coolest Mobile App Development Platforms: 2019 Mobility 100

We round up the top vendors focused on offering innovative platforms for the development of business mobile apps.

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Kony

Top Executive: Thomas Hogan, CEO

Headquarters: Austin, Texas

Kony, a longtime mobile app development platform player, in March relaunched its low-code app development platform as Kony Quantum—with a number of enhanced capabilities. Key features of Kony Quantum include a visual design and development canvas; a library of prebuilt microapps, component UI elements, templates and data connectors; an editor for business logic and workflow; capabilities for visual data integration; and the ability to use a unified development approach across both native mobile apps and web apps.

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Mendix, a Siemens Business

Top Executive: Derek Roos, CEO

Headquarters: Boston

Mendix's platform focuses on no-code/low-code application development, using the company's model-driven visual development tools. Mendix enables app creators to build objects, attributes and data models with a UML-based data modeler, while using a WYSIWYG graphical page designer to build mobile and web user interfaces that are fully responsive.

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MobileFrame

Top Executive: Lonny Oswalt, CEO

Headquarters: Los Gatos, Calif.

MobileFrame's platform focuses on drag-and-drop methods for creating mobile apps and uses native runtime app containers. MobileFrame offers the ability to use no-code development not just for front-end work, but also for back-end API creation and data binding.

 
 
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