Appspresso is a mobile app framework which wraps source code developed with web technology by each mobile platform runtime and builds them into native mobile apps. Currently, developers can build Apple iOS apps, Google Android apps. Moreover, Appspresso plans to support Microsoft Windows Phone, RIM BlackBerry, and Samsung Bada. more
Appspresso does not enforce its own non-standard runtime environment
but provides a web engine embedded in the mobile platform as a runtime
Appspresso is the only mobile framework that supports
the device API of WAC (Wholesale Application Community) called Waikiki API.
Appspresso provides an integrated development environment for Eclipse. It’s possible to develop apps using Appspresso Studio environment regardless of the target mobile platform. With one click of a mouse, iOS and Android apps can be built and WAC apps can be packaged. In particular, Appspresso studio provides “on the fly building” function which immediately reflects revised source code without recompiling. more
With a single code base, native app can be developed for iOS and Android.
App can be built and executed with a click of a mouse.
Changes to source code can immediately be applied to app without recompiling.