Our friends at Kinvey posted an update to their really nice Backed as a Service Ecosystem map. Some call it the subway map, the Pacman map, or you can also look at it as “Where we fly map”.
Thank you to Kinvey for including Tiggzi, we really appreciate it.
Tiggzi is right there:
A lot has changed in Tiggzi in the past couple of months so I would like to offer an update. Hopefully the map can be updated.
I don’t believe Mobile SDK is the best fit for Tiggzi (and other players such Sencha and Appcelerator). Tiggzi is much more than a mobile SDK, in fact, it’s a mobile app platform (more about it below). One suggestion is to add a new line that would include Tiggzi and others such as Appcelerator.
Tiggzi is a mobile app platform, and one of its biggest components is the mobile app builder.
Drag and drop app builder
It’s a cloud-based, drag and drop builder (IDE) for creating HTML5, jQuery Mobile and PhoneGap apps. As Tiggzi app builder uses jQuery Mobile and PhoneGap to create apps — it’s probably best to list it on a separate line with lines going to jQuery Mobile and PhoneGap (already exists). Again, this is just my opinion.
In early July we launched Backend Services under io.tiggzi.com. The first feature in the backend services is a cloud database.
Database web console
We are also working on Push, File storage, Server-side code, and Analytics features. I think there should be a line going from Tiggzi to BaaS line (io.tiggzi.com) – similar to Sencha’s connection to Sencha.io.
To summarize, this is Tiggzi mobile platform:
- 3rd party REST API services
- Plug-ins (pre-packaged API services and pages)
- Backend services
- Push (available soon)
- File storage (soon)
- Server-side code (soon)
- Analytics (soon)
- HTML5 app hosting
- Binary build
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