Cross-Platform Deployment

Only one project for all platforms and mobile devices. RapidClipse lets you deploy any project with just a few mouse clicks as an HTML5 web application, a mobile app, or a classic desktop application. This allows you to make your application available for almost all platforms and devices.

All Tools at one Place

All preview and deployment variants are located centrally in the Quick Launch window.


RapidClipse Preview

HTML5 Web-Applications

As an HTML5/JavaScript web application, your application can run automatically in all popular browsers and on all platforms and devices. The program starts by entering a URL, just like accessing a webpage.


RapidClipse Web Applications Architecture

Hybrid Mobile Apps

RapidClipse lets you deploy your application as a hybrid mobile app for Android and iOS and make it available via the standard app stores or download link. Hybrid apps only install a very small part of the program permanently on the user's device. This native part is responsible for displaying the HTML interface as well as allowing the app to access to hardware and system functions of the device. The actual application runs on your server or in a cloud environment.


RapidClipse Hybrid Applications Architecture

iOS Android

Java Desktop Applications

The built desktop application is a hibrid consisting of a tiny native Java SWT client and the actual application running on your server. The HTML user interface is rendered by a Browser running embedded within the SWT client. By using an embedded database, you can also distribute your application as a fat-client app. RapidClipse enables you to include SQLite and H2 as an embedded database.



Client-Server

A tiny native SWT app is executed on the client-side rendering the user interface. The actual application as well as the database run on your server or in a cloud environment.


Desktop Client Server


Fat-Client

All components run on the local machine. The native SWT app renders the user interface. The actual application runs within a local Jetty (localhost). The database finally runs embedded within the SWT app on the client as well.


Desktop Desktop Fat Client

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