AppForge Unveils Developer Software for BlackBerry

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AppForge, a developer of mobile applications, is rolling out software that developers can use to write applications for BlackBerry and Palm Treo devices.

The Crossfire 6.0 software is directed at Microsoft developers.

“The demand for Crossfire 6.0 is stronger than for any product we have ever developed,” said Gary Warren, president and chief executive officer of AppForge. “Our customers have been looking for a simple way to build and deploy data-centric, rich applications on BlackBerry and Treo devices. AppForge Crossfire 6.0 provides this solution and delivers the Microsoft Visual Studio developer base to the millions of BlackBerry and Palm Treo users worldwide.”

Find more info at http://www.appforge.com

  • http://goalsuccess.typepad.com/programming Brad Isaac

    “The demand for Crossfire 6.0 is stronger than for any product we have ever developed,”

    Too bad they killed it for all of the smaller development companies by demanding outrageous sums for their “booster” app.

    Enjoy the big corporate clients Appforge while your market slowly dwindles. The cottage developers won’t be there when you need us.

  • http://goalsuccess.typepad.com/programming Brad Isaac

    “The demand for Crossfire 6.0 is stronger than for any product we have ever developed,”

    Too bad they killed it for all of the smaller development companies by demanding outrageous sums for their “booster” app.

    Enjoy the big corporate clients Appforge while your market slowly dwindles. The cottage developers won’t be there when you need us.

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