The Indonesian startup Perasa has been awarded a $1.5 million grant from Google’s $20 million initiative in its effort to help build a developer network for applications in the country.
Perasa CEO Kiyoshi Watanabe says the grant will support the company’s development and marketing efforts in the region, where it has a presence.
Perassa is an open source Java platform for Java developers to build web applications, including enterprise applications.
Its primary goal is to provide a free and open platform for developers to create and deploy Java applications.
Persea is a developer-driven platform for creating and managing applications and their components.
Its platform is focused on Java, with the goal of making Java accessible and widely used by developers worldwide.
Perassa’s developers will use Perassas cloud services to manage their projects and run tests and other software tests.
The Perassam application developer network is designed to bring developers together in Indonesia to work on projects.
Perasa said the network will help create a better Java developer ecosystem for Indonesia, and to support local developers and developers working in other countries.
PerAssa is based in Jakarta and its first project is called Perassat, a simple web application framework.
The company is working on Perassafari, a new mobile application platform, as well as other applications.
The company said it plans to launch a web application that uses Perassasa.
The grant will help Perasa to further develop its developer network in Indonesia.
It will be the first funding from Google to Perassapedia, an Indonesian nonprofit that helps facilitate access to Java development tools for developers.
Pervasana said in a statement that Perassara is seeking to leverage Google’s “community” initiative to build a Java developer network.
“The Perasa community is the first to have access to the Java tools and tools for building Java applications and the platform, and the network is the backbone for this collaboration,” Pervasana wrote.
Perrasayat is seeking a $20,000 grant from the Google Community grant, which will help the company get its software on Android devices.