RareWire wins The Next Web hackathon using its new product

Last week three members of Kansas City-based RareWire won the Kings of Code Hack Battle during The Next Web Conference in New York City. The most impressive part? The team did so using its newly released App Creation Studio…

Last week, three members of Kansas City-based RareWire won the Kings of Code Hack Battle during The Next Web Conference in New York City. The most impressive part? The team did so using its newly released App Creation Studio. RareWire unveiled the new technology—which helps users easily write, build and publish native iOS and Android apps—during the conference, and built SafeEats, an application that scans food barcodes for potential allergens. Kirk Hasenzahl, co-founder and president of RareWire, said in a press release that the App Creation Studio is the “only completely cloud­-based app development environment that allows non­programmers to publish cross­platform native apps from scratch.” RareWire was one of 20 mobile startups chosen to speak at the event. — Source: RareWire Blog

 


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