Zembly is he masu editor of mashups…
Developing Web applications to be used within social networks and numerous other cloud-based structures is becoming more and more de rigueur for the entrepreneurial set. Both on the desktop and on the go, Web users in droves seek simple, unique software gadgets through which to access and manipulate data with easy while able to transfer seamlessly from the home to the office to weekend getaway.
So there’s really no mystery in the drive for some engineers to construct platforms upon which developers – particularly the small, self-financed class – can create those ever-present, soft devices in a setting that offers both the requisite toolset and perhaps even some market exposure to boot. One software provider Mashable has mentioned in the past is Sprout, which we deemed impressive when its WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) widget builder arrived on the scene in late January.
This week marked the arrival of another market entry in the form of Zembly, a self-described host and creation engine of social applications that is said to facilitate the construction of apps for use on a number of platforms and devices, including Facebook, OpenSocial, Meebo, Apple’s iPhone, Google’s Gadgets engine, and widgets that may be more broadly embedded.