Stop writing code, start dragging it. We are proud of what we have created for you, the first advanced IDE to create Web Applications adapted to any screen and device without the need to write a single line of html. It's built for today's web developer, provides a new way to create applications by establishing the concept of "atomic and reactive system". It was never so easy to create, simply drag the item and define their behavior. You will have fun creating a unique identity for your app, all using the latest advanced techniques.
App/nima borns from the need of being more efficient and the desire to develop only the business features of our new product and no more the horizontal logic.
There are many ways to develop apps, and not always is optimized. Lungo offers you a robust API so you can have complete control of your app. Create apps for each platform is hard, this situation is increased by the arrival of new devices. Lungo will suit all of them creating a unique and amazing UX.
The premise is to use as much as possible the features of the latest CSS3 specification. Don't try to use Tuktuk in your hated IE6. The purpose is to encourage code reuse plus faster and more efficient stylesheets that are easier to add to and maintain. Not trying to compete with Bootstrap or Foundation because they play in another league. Just worry about creating responsive and fully extensible sites easily.
We know that Node.js has become the backend technology of the time, all the big guys are using it. That's the reason because why we created YOI, you can build your own services from the first minute using our stack: Mongo, Redis, Appnima, CI, crons ... all of them with the simple premise "configure better than code". Whether you're a developer who has never worked with Node.js or already an kungfu-master-expert, we invite you to try YOI another way to develop web services for worldwide.
With Monocle you have a simple and powerful structure to make the most of your web applications. An application consists of three work contexts: Model, View and Controller, developers usually call it the MVC pattern. These three contexts are equally important and each has its full integrity giving responsibility to your application.