Programming the iPhone is now simple, fun & easy !!!

iPfaces is the framework for simple creation of native, form-oriented network applications for mobile devices. The aim of the solution is to screen the programmer completely out from the mobile platform itself, and transfer the entire application logic to central application server level.

Why to use it?

iPFaces screens you out from specific problems of the development of applications for mobile devices. Get the furtiveness of mobile platforms out of your head; iPFaces will allow you to focus on the application’s logic more.

How to use it?

If you decide to use iPFaces in your project, the only thing you need to program is your own application server module. If you have experience with classic web development under the ASP.Net, Java or PHP platforms, programming of an iPFaces application is a simple task for you. The server part of the application is a standard web module and the iPFaces solution provides a library for the support for creation for iPFaces forms on the presentation layer of your server application. The libraries are designed with the view of simple integration into your web module in mind.

Is it free?

Yes, iPFaces is an open source project. The server part of the iPFaces technology is fully opened, both for non-commercial and commercial use under a BSD license, in line with the FOSS principles.
The iPFaces client application is free of charge for all supported mobile platforms.

For serious commercial deployments of your own iPFaces projects we suggest you to take advantage of professional services.

 

http://www.ipfaces.org/learnmore

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