San Francisco, July 11, 2013 – Moboom, a responsive web design tool, launches version 2.5 of its platform, introducing an open development marketplace that makes it even easier to build a website that’s fully functional on all devices.
The Moboom Marketplace allows anyone to submit website themes or plugins to further extend the capabilities of the web design platform, a strategic move that Moboom’s chief says will cut down web development time and open the door for more users to build a responsive website.
“Before the addition of the Marketplace, you absolutely had to be a developer to use the Moboom platform,” Gavin Burnett, founder and CEO of Moboom, said. “The introduction of prebuilt widgets and themes makes it easier for any user to create a responsive website but still allows highly-skilled developers to showoff their talents with more complex coding.”
The growing Marketplace already includes an impressive lineup of widgets such as PayPal Checkout, which adds advanced ecommerce cart management; a share plugin that connects to major social networks; and the Main Theme Slider for displaying photos with snazzy transitions.
Keeping with Moboom’s mission to deliver clean code and truly adaptive content, all themes and plugins submitted to the marketplace undergo a certification process to ensure they meet responsive web design standards. In addition, any developer who submits a theme or plugin receives 70 percent of the profit made on the extension.
Moboom (http://moboom.com) is a responsive web design platform that makes it easy to build a website that adapts to any device, including desktop, tablets and mobile phones. Using patent-pending technology, Moboom constructs each web page server-side, delivering adaptive content customized for the viewing device. Founded in 2009, Moboom headquarters are located in San Francisco with satellite offices in Los Angeles, London and Perth, Australia.