What can Kii do for Me? Part 1
This is the first post in a week-long series introducing Kii Cloud; learn how Kii can help turn your mobile app into a global business – from the first designs to worldwide distribution.
As an app developer myself, I know how tough it is to design, build and deploy a mobile application in today’s market. Beyond the technological hurdles, there are now well over one million apps in the major app stores. This alone makes it that much harder to differentiate and stay ahead of the crowds.
For cloud-based applications, the technological problems are compounded. Suddenly you are required to build and operate a full stack just so you can power your app. The work doesn’t stop once you have deployed either – there’s scaling, maximizing uptime, iterating, bug fixing, all while trying to keep your users happy and build something great. This can be a nightmare for a development team of any size.
Does it have to be so hard?
As a leading provider in mobile backend technology for carriers and telcos around the world, Kii is positioned perfectly to help developers solve their full-stack problem.
By expanding on our carrier-grade technology and creating easy-to-use SDKs and APIs, developers can have instant access to a highly scalable and reliable backend. This technology is now officially available to the public as Kii Cloud.
- Create & manage users
- Store files
- Store JSON-style objects
- Track and analyze key user behaviors unique to their apps.
- Monetize their app
All this comes out of the box – without ever touching a server.
Kii Cloud was built to keep developers doing what they do best: building great mobile applications. Leave the rest to us.
Sounds great! What’s next?
In the next few blog posts, we will be going over Kii Cloud from a technical and business perspective so you can get a feel for how this can help your app.
If you’ve heard enough and want to start hacking away, check out http://developer.kii.com where you can sign up and get started for FREE! You’ll have your first cloud-based app up and running in a matter of minutes.