Paris, France — June 12th 2013.
Joshfire announces a partnership with Microsoft UK to offer the Joshfire Factory — its multidevice app creation service — to Small and Medium Businesses for creating Windows 8 native apps.
The Joshfire Factory is a quick and easy solution for creating high quality native apps from existing content. Without any development skills, anyone can create a native app, automatically submit it and distribute it on the Windows Store.
“We are happy to provide Microsoft UK’s customers the easiest and quickest way to create beautiful Windows 8 apps. Windows 8 is an innovative platform, and we are excited to contribute to its ecosystem.” — Michel Lévy-Provençal, CEO of Joshfire.
The Joshfire Factory for Windows 8 will be released on June 12th, 2013 as a complete free service. Thanks to Joshfire and Microsoft, anyone without any technical skill will be able to create and submit apps to the Windows Store. The Joshfire Factory for Windows 8 will be available on http://factory.joshfire.com/windows .
Create Windows 8 applications using the Joshfire Factory
Also read the guide (PDF) on how to Create your Windows 8 app in 8 steps with the Joshfire Factory.
For press inquiries, please see http://www.joshfire.com/press
Joshfire is an Internet of Things company founded in 2010 by Michel Lévy-Provençal, co-founder of Rue89, former digital director of France 24 and founder of TEDxParis. Funded by Kima Ventures and Jacques Antoine Granjon, the company provides solutions for building consistent brand and content experiences on all connected objects. The Joshfire Factory is edited by Joshfire to help its customers to simplify and industrialize brand and content apps on very device and platform of the market.
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