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Spot Specific is a new company due to unveil a cross-platform mobile developer tool during Mobile World Congress next month

Spot Specific is a new company due to unveil a cross-platform mobile developer tool during Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next month.

The company was among the highlights at the UK Trade and Investment showcase that ran earlier this week in London. Developed over 18 months, Spot Specific aims to offer non-programming, drag-and-drop software development for developing smartphone apps. The tool includes a library of pre-built components and enables users to link their smartphone app to back-end systems.

It is offered as a cloud-based service and supports the iPhone, Android and Blackberry. Spot Specific is evaluating porting to the Windows Phone platform.

This was last published in January 2011

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If something sounds too good to be true then… Seriously, I think something like this could have limited application, but I just think that there will be too many issues once you move beyond solving trivial problems with it. It’s somewhat like record and playback test automation. Sure, you can do it, but the potential benefits are typically only realized when you get your hands dirty by writing code.
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