Tersus to Present Visual Development Tool for iPhone


Ofer Brandes, CTO of Carmel Ventures and one of the founders of start-up Tersus, will present in the upcoming SmartPilot convention his company’s development application for iPhone apps.

Tersus, which up until now focused on developing a graphic-oriented (as opposed to code) tool for designing organizational applications, is now turning its attention to the iPhone market. They offer one of few development environments that do not require the use of the Objective C coding language, with an option to run the in-development applications on a windows machine.

Aside from providing an open-source, free iPhone dev application, one which doesn’t require a Mac or use of the iPhone SDK, Tersus’ platform allows reuse of an application for different operating systems. Thus, a developer of an iPhone application can use the code he developed through Tersus to create an Android application, or an organizational one.

During his lecture, on Monday, February 8th, Brandes will demonstrate the concept of visual development with Tersus, and will hold a live demo of building an iPhone app without a proprietary Apple development tool.

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