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2K development has released a new version of its easy-to-use jbag factory, which now includes a drag and drop desktop editor for creating and managing mobile WAP or Java portals optimised for most popular mobile phones.

Launched in the UK at the end of 2004, jbag.net is a mobile application service platform that makes it extremely easy for businesses to create, deliver and manage mobile services. With the new release of jbag factory, businesses can now use a WYSIWYG-style editor to create and update mobile WAP or Java applications or portals. In a similar way to how html websites are created, it is possible to drag and drop text, images and branding. The factory also enables you to create menus and content, as well as providing functionality for connecting, paying, searching, voting, etc.

2K development supports the factory with all the building blocks needed to deliver successful mobile applications and services, such as operator integration, consumer support and management tools.

Once an application is created it can be uploaded to the jbag.net server, which then automatically optimises the look and feel of the application to the phone that requests it. Branding and images are compressed and dynamically resized. This enables users of the factory to create, deliver and manage mobile services without needing the experience and skills to programme, test and optimise services on hundreds of different types of handsets. Users can also connect their existing content management systems to the jbag.net platform and manage new content in a way that is familiar to them.

“The jbag factory is another important step in enabling brands, communities and content owners of any size to create, deliver and manage their own mobile channel without the need to make a big investment in extra people and skills,” explains Karl-Heinz Karpf, Marketing Director at 2K development. “Through the jbag factory, it’s possible to deliver rich, premium WAP and Java services using a desktop editor that non-technical people can use”.

For further press information, please contact:

Glen Goldsmith
2thefore
Tel: 01483 811 234
Mobile: 07812 766 338
Email: glen@2thefore.biz
www.2thefore.com

Katie King
2thefore
Tel : 0208 360 2442
Mobile : 07974 161 179
Email: katie@2thefore.biz
www.2thefore.com

For further information about jbag.net visit www.jbag.net or contact:

Karl-Heinz Karpf
2K development Handels GmbH
Tel: 00 43 6219 20486 30
Mobile: 00 43 676 6500 600




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