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Announcing Telerik Everlive, mobile Backend as a Service (BaaS) from Telerik

by Burke Holland on October 04, 2014


Today we are excited to officially announce an important addition to Telerik’s mobile offering: Telerik Everlive, our new backend as a service (BaaS).  Built to tightly integrate with Telerik products (as well as non-Telerik products), Everlive closes the loop for Telerik customers looking to take their mobile strategy to the next level. 

With Everlive, we are enabling you to provide your customers with a seamless and connected experience across all their devices, whether you’re a small dev shop building apps for consumers or an enterprise-grade team ensuring that your employees have unhindered round-the-clock access to critical business information. 

Telerik Everlive integrations include:

  • IceniumTelerik’s cross-platform, mobile development tool. With Icenium & Everlive integration you can add a backend to your app with a just a few clicks.
  • Sitefinity:  Telerik’s premium Content Management System. Build a fully functional website that connects to your mobile backend data via Everlive.
  • Windows Phone Cloud Controls: Everlive enables you to build apps that function both off- and online with 11 cloud controls to choose from.
  • Kendo UI:  Telerik’s jQuery powered, HTML5 and JavaScript framework. Everlive effortlessly connects your HTML5 app’s web or mobile frontend to a cloud backend.

For those of you not using Telerik products, Everlive provides the same seamless integration and back-end management for non-Telerik technologies; you are free to consume as few or as many Everlive services as you please. For example, if you’d like to use only push notifications from Everlive, you are not bound to using Everlive for all your other mobile backend needs, although we’d love if you did use it! But, we believe in giving you choice, so you are free to use as many, or as few, Everlive backend services as you’d like.

Either way, Everlive makes your mobile app development faster, easier, and more scalable. Its services include: data storage; user management; push notifications email and SMS notifications; as well as, integration with social networks—all manageable from a single user-friendly portal.

 


Burke Holland

Web Developer

Burke Holland is a web developer living in Nashville, TN. He enjoys working with and meeting developers who are building mobile apps with jQuery / HTML5 and loves to hack on social API's. Burke works for Telerik as a Developer Advocate focusing on Kendo UI. Burke is @burkeholland on Twitter.

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