SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Apteligent, the leader in user experience analytics and mobile business insights, announced the decision to open source its Xamarin component. Xamarin, which was purchased by Microsoft about a year ago, enables .NET developers to build native apps. Apteligent offers a cross-platform component for leveraging the Apteligent SDK and services from Xamarin ( Mono C# ) iOS and Android applications. Now developers can monitor performance, prioritize, troubleshoot, and trend their cross-platform Xamarin mobile apps with the Apteligent C# Component.
“The decision stemmed from Apteligent’s desire to democratize mobile app management to help all developers achieve success,” said Greg Toto, SVP of Product & Development at Apteligent. “Now, everyone from an indie developer to a large company in the .NET community gets support to build native apps.” This announcement represents Apteligent’s benevolence towards the community of mobile app developers who have been supportive of the company. The company wishes to give back and confirmed that it would work with the community of Xamarin .NET developers to maintain the SDK. Now that the code is open-source, the Apteligent team is excited to see enhancements contributed by the broader community.
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Apteligent is the App Intelligence company trusted by the largest mobile apps in the world. Apteligent’s software provides actionable mobile app insights to improve digital business on iOS, Android, and Hybrid apps. Product managers and developers use Apteligent’s insights to diagnose app performances issues that impact user experience. The platform collects and analyzes app performance issues and connects problems to key business metrics. Mobile teams also have access to Apteligent’s big data platform, as well as industry and app benchmarks. Apteligent is based in San Francisco. Learn more at www.apteligent.com.