Beyond the desktop, across your enterprise...

Open standards development. Military-grade security. Razor thin bandwidth usage. All through personalized, rich thin client applications that are indistinguishable from desktop software. From PCs, to handheld devices, to any Internet terminal, wherever your end users need them, your applications are there. We call it the Universal User Interface.

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Droplets Flow is a hosted platform for publishing connected applications in the cloud. Users publish apps combining the UI capabilities of the Droplets Toolkit with data available in the cloud. Current data sources include Google documents and app-specific databases. Apps are created and sculpted entirely within the service.

Droplets Flow has a tiered pricing model beginning with a free tier which allows the creation of apps within storage and performance limits. Higher tiers increase or eliminate the limits and add performance guarantees, monitoring, usage reporting, and other features.

Droplets Flow is in closed beta and will be available generally in Q2 of 2015.

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both your users
and your I.T.
department with
dynamic applications.

development with easy one-time coding that instantly deploys across devices.

with existing programming languages, IDEs and servers to reduce time and costs.


Droplets SDK
Download the Droplets SDK 


Droplets Demo
See dynamic Droplets applications in action 


White Paper
Download the Droplets Cost Advantages Technical Brief 


Analyst Coverage
Droplets thinks COBOL is more than a drop in the RIA ocean 
MF Connect Magazine 
JDJ Review of Droplets 


Droplets Coumsel in the Spotlight 

Droplets awarded $15 million in damages 

Jury Says Sears, Owe $15M In Tech Patent Row 

Amazon, Apple, others sued by Droplets for Web tech 

USPTO affirms Droplets Rich Internet Patent After Re-Examination 

Droplets, Inc. Adds International Patents for its Rich Internet Application Technology 

U.S. Patent Office Issues Patent for Droplets' Groundbreaking Technology 

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