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MobiForms RAD Tool For Android Smartphones Released


MobiForms 5.0 has been released offering support for Google Android smartphones. MobiForms claims to be the first rapid application development tool specifically designed for Google Android.

Developing for Android usually requires Java, Eclipse, and the Google Android SDK knowledge. Alternatively, MobiForms offers a simple, intuitive, drag and drop interface for Android development -- no Java or XML programming is required.

MobiForms for Google Android supports JDBC database connectivity to a range industry standard databases including Oracle and SQL Server. MobiForms also includes a free copy of the JDBC compliant HSQLDB database engine for off-line mobile database storage. Additionally, the same app can be run on other platforms like Windows Mobile.

One MobiForms application supports multiple device types including Tablet PC, Pocket PC, Windows CE, Windows Mobile, Symbian and now Google Android; and a licence includes an unlimited runtime licence for any number of mobile devices.


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