Rhomobile has introduced Rhodes 2.0, the newest version of its smartphone app development framework.
Rhodes 2.0 allows developers to build native apps for all major smartphones including iPhone, BlackBerry, Android, Windows Mobile, Symbian as well as the iPad. Now available for free under the MIT license, Rhodes 2.0 provides developers with new capabilities including native mapping across all devices and a metadata framework that supports applications with changing underlying schema as well as improvements including faster sync and optimized native styling for all smartphones.
“Rhodes 2.0 was built from the ground up to offer the powerful capabilities, including sync data and support for changing underlying schema, required by enterprise mobile applications,” said Adam Blum, CEO of Rhomobile.
“By offering Rhodes 2.0 at no cost under the MIT licenses we are providing developers with a no-risk entry to create powerful, enterprise-class native smartphone apps whether they are developing for a single smartphone OS or for all simultaneously.”