Tiggzi And The Backend as a Service Ecosystem Map by Kinvey
Thank you to Kinvey for including Tiggzi, we really appreciate it.
Tiggzi is right there:
A lot has changed in Tiggzi in the past couple of months so I would like to offer an update. Hopefully the map can be updated.
I don’t believe Mobile SDK is the best fit for Tiggzi (and other players such Sencha and Appcelerator). Tiggzi is much more than a mobile SDK, in fact, it’s a mobile app platform (more about it below). One suggestion is to add a new line that would include Tiggzi and others such as Appcelerator.
Tiggzi is a mobile app platform, and one of its biggest components is the mobile app builder.
Drag and drop app builder
It’s a cloud-based, drag and drop builder (IDE) for creating HTML5, jQuery Mobile and PhoneGap apps. As Tiggzi app builder uses jQuery Mobile and PhoneGap to create apps — it’s probably best to list it on a separate line with lines going to jQuery Mobile and PhoneGap (already exists). Again, this is just my opinion.
Database web console
We are also working on Push, File storage, Server-side code, and Analytics features. I think there should be a line going from Tiggzi to BaaS line (io.tiggzi.com) – similar to Sencha’s connection to Sencha.io.
To summarize, this is Tiggzi mobile platform:
- 3rd party REST API services
- Plug-ins (pre-packaged API services and pages)
- Backend services
- Push (available soon)
- File storage (soon)
- Server-side code (soon)
- Analytics (soon)
- HTML5 app hosting
- Binary build
About Max Katz
Max Katz is a Senior Systems Engineer at Exadel. He has been helping customers jump-start their RIA development as well as providing mentoring, consulting, and training. Max is a recognized subject matter expert in the JSF developer community. He has provided JSF/RichFaces training for the past three years, presented at many conferences, and written several published articles on JSF-related topics. Max also leads Exadel's RIA strategy and writes about RIA technologies in his blog, http://mkblog.exadel.com. He is an author of "Practical RichFaces" book (Apress). Max holds a BS in computer science from the University of California, Davis.More About Max »
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