Mobile Test Automation Tool
Fully featured customizable XMPP framework for iOS and Android. It includes an XMPP server and client code to quickly add text, picture and location messaging functionality to your app.
VSBarcodeReader is the most advanced barcode reading library for the iPhone and Android. The library and SDK allow you to add barcode scanning functionality to your app in minutes. Our proprietary algorithms can read blurry UPCs and EANs captured by fixed focus cameras.
Bugfender enables developers to see the logcat of their applications, directly from user's Android phones and tablets.
Bugfender is a cloud service that allows developers to upload their application logs, even for remote devices, combined with a web console to view the logs once uploaded. You just need to create an account to start using it and get the NSLog console of any device you are interested in.
SciChart for Android is a new native Android Charting Library which supports Java and the Android SDK for development of applications and embedded systems that require high performance, real-time Android Charts. With groundbreaking performance and an intuitive, extensible API, SciChart’s Android Chart Library makes impossible projects, possible.
JDXA is an innovative, flexible, and easy-to-use Object-Relational Mapping (ORM) product that simplifies and accelerates the development of Android applications by providing intuitive, object-oriented access to on-device relational (e.g., SQLite) data.
Adhering to some well thought-out KISS Principles, JDXA boosts developer productivity and reduces maintenance hassles by eliminating endless lines of tedious SQL code.
JDXA provides a simple, non-intrusive, and flexible ORM solution. JDXA easily supports inheritance, one-to-one, one-to-many, and many-to-many relationships and offers a POJO (Plain Old Java Objects) friendly non-intrusive programming model, which does not require you to change your Java classes in any way:
Mobile Broadcasting Library provides necessary API for broadcasting live video and audio content from mobile device to a media server, which supports RTSP publishing of interleaved H.264/AAC stream over TCP. Basic and Digest RTSP authentication methods are supported and used depending on capabilities of target media server. MBL was successfully tested with Nimble Streamer, Wowza Streaming Engine and Flussonic Media Server.
Video and audio encoding is performed via mobile camera API. Video is encoded in H.264, audio is encoded in AAC format. All streaming related processing is performed via MBL.
Golgi's robust Mobile Cloud Service simplifies application connectivity and data transport so developers can focus on building great app experiences.