Wapple Architect requires developers to write applications in the firm's XML-based Wapple Application Programming Language.
The Wapple Exhibit tool can then be used to adapt content dynamically based on browser capability, device version, screen size and other factors.
There is an increasing demand for good quality mobile applications and content, according to Wapple chief technology officer Rich Holdsworth, but developers have struggled to support over 50,000 device and software variations.
"The result is that many have either used crude transcoding to deliver very basic content, or spent weeks developing different sites for different phones," he said.
"With Wapple Architect, developers simply build it once and let Wapple's delivery engine do the rest."
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