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Jumpstarter, a platform that promises to turbo-charge the amount of time it takes developers to create new software, has launched into private beta, as well as announcing that it had secured $1.7 million in funding.
The Swedish startup selectively opened up its toolkit to some developers today, providing them with things like the ability to host and install development frameworks in a few seconds, collaborate on Git and instantly clone Web apps.
With the promise of combining different types of tools from text editors to deployment, Jumpstarter looks like it could have potential to be a quick and easy-to-use package.
If you’re a developer and want to check it out for yourself just head to the registration page and enter the invite code THENEXTWEB. There’s 100 of them, so don’t hang around.
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