Verivo Software Embraces New Open Standards

— March 28, 2013

Verivo Software, the enterprise mobility company, has launched Release 7.5 of its enterprise mobility platform with a Hybrid Browser Control for iOS and Android, giving developers increased flexibility to design mobile apps using both native and HTML5 content.


The mobility platform empowers organizations to build apps, deploy apps simultaneously across multiple devices, and manage and update apps in seconds. The new Hybrid Browser Control capability enables mobile developers to mirror data, events and multi-touch gestures between native and HTML5 web content within apps built on the mobility platform – creating a true hybrid experience.

Developers can now access device features including camera, accelerometer, compass and geolocation by using Cordova’s JavaScript APIs to create more interactive and device accessible apps. In addition, as part of 7.5, HTML5 developers have access to Verivo’s new JavaScript APIs to read and write from back-end data sources securely via Verivo’s Server and interact with native screens developed using the platform to create a richer user experience.

The Hybrid Browser Control enables users to:
  • Build rich, visual presentation elements to be added to native apps using existing HTML5 web content, accessing back-end data.
  • Access native device features and events within HTML5 web content to allow users to use common features such as contacts, notifications, media, capture and GPS.
  • Add more complex operations into mobile apps including charts, graphs, navigation and drill-down menus into native apps by leveraging back-end data in HTML5 web content.

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