Apple reportedly bought the Italian startup Stamplay, which offers a cloud system for creating corporate apps, reported by ilSole24ore Italian newspaper.
Stamplay is an automated API-based development platform that lets you create apps without having to write any lines of code. The result is achieved thanks to an advanced automation system that simplifies the work of those who need to create corporate web apps based on cloud and complete with functionality.
From Stamplay’s LinkedIn page:
The powerful web-based editor includes everything a developer needs to create and run a powerful backend for their app, including popular APIs like Stripe (payments), Sendgrid(email), Twilio (SMS and VoIP), Pusher (realtime notifications) and many more.
According to preliminary information, Apple would complete the acquisition for five million euros . The founders of the project will be hired by Apple and will start working on that.