PhoneGap for the Enterprise

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This is just a quick FYI type post, but today Adobe announced "PhoneGap for the Enterprise". You can read more about it at the PhoneGap Blog: Introducing PhoneGap for the Enterprise.

From that blog, some of the details are:

  • Better collaboration - With our new PhoneGap Enterprise app, developer team members and business colleagues can view the latest version of apps in production, development and staging
  • App editing capabilities – Non-developer colleagues can edit and improve the app experience using a simple drag-and-drop interface from the new Adobe Experience Manager apps; this way developers can focus on building new features, not on making updates.
  • Analytics & optimization – Teams can immediately start measuring app performance with Adobe Analytics; we're also planning to incorporate functionality so teams can start A/B testing their way to higher app engagement and monetization using Adobe Target.
  • Push notifications – Engage your customers on-the-go with push notifications from Adobe Campaign
  • Support and training - PhoneGap Enterprise comes with SLA and support so customers can rest assured that Adobe PhoneGap has their back.

You can read more here: Adobe PhoneGap Enterprise

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Archived Comments

Comment 1 by James posted on 3/26/2014 at 3:40 AM

Hi, there is a bit of discussion about this in regards to the merits of PhoneGap as opposed to Adobe Air on the Adobe press release page:

Comment 2 by Raymond Camden posted on 3/26/2014 at 4:53 AM

Wow - more info in a press release. That's the last place I'd look. Thanks for sharing. :)

Comment 3 by James posted on 3/26/2014 at 5:24 AM

Warranted sarcasm though the info I'm referring to is in the comments, not the marketing speak.

Comment 4 by Raymond Camden posted on 3/26/2014 at 5:30 AM

Ah ok - thanks for the warning.

Comment 5 by Chris posted on 3/26/2014 at 2:37 PM

Hey Raymond - you're the man!

Any idea what the pricing/financial specifics behind all this will look like? Complimentary services for Adobe CC subscribers or a whole different customer/pricing scheme?

Comment 6 by Raymond Camden posted on 3/26/2014 at 2:54 PM

@Chris: Sorry, no. I woke up to this news like everyone else. In terms of useful information, I'm useless (for this anyway :).