Citizenhub introduces with Timeline, the first visual development tool for Glass apps.

Have a cool idea for a Glass powered app, but don’t have the chops to code it up from scratch? CitizenHub has got you covered. The Arlington, Virginia startup previously released Tyto, an Angular.js framework for mobile development. Now they’re opening up Beta on their product with Timeline, a visual development environment for the Glass Mirror API.

The interface will look familiar to anyone who has used Yahoo’s Pipes or similar visual data modeling tools. It allows users to create new timeline cards, and connect data resources or object collections to those cards. Simple editing screens allow easy adjustment of the visual displays, and the flow chart like setup of cards enables quick ordering of functions.

Beta Keys are available by signing up at, and project templates are available via their GitHub repository.

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