Since launching the PhoneGap Build service in Beta in November 2010, the PhoneGap team has been working hard on this latest update, including implementing new features and updating the PhoneGap Build interface. We’re excited to announce the following new features in PhoneGap Build:
Since announcing our initial pricing plans last Fall, we’ve simplified the plans to give you more private apps and private collaborators, for less! We’ll also continue to give everyone the ability to create unlimited open source apps.
Interested in trying out PhoneGap Build? There will continue to be a free option for developers. PhoneGap Build can be used absolutely for free for one private app and an unlimited number of open source apps. If you haven’t already, try the service for free and you’ll see how awesome it is.
“We’re excited to release PhoneGap Build out of Beta and to share it with the community,” said Andre Charland, director of product management, Web Platform and Authoring at Adobe. “PhoneGap Build is a powerful tool stacked with features to make mobile app development easier. We couldn’t have done it without our community, especially our beta users.”
We’re also excited to be included in Adobe’s Creative Cloud, which includes additional Adobe tools to speed up your development such as 2GB of storage and access to new Adobe Edge Tools & Services and more. Get free access to the Creative Cloud with a PhoneGap Build account. Learn more.
“Integrating with PhoneGap Build allowed us to offer a high-end, cost-effective product with Rapid Prototyping Features and, above all, cross-platform development capabilities.” said Elias Politakis, CEO and CTO, mobileFX.