We start of the year of 2020 with not one, but two new features that will make your development experience with OMNIA even better.
Today we’ll be elaborating a simple example to demonstrate how to perform such integrations. In this example we’ll be adding a simple ListView web component, that will use AccuWeather’s API as a Data Source to show the forecast for the next 5 days.
Today we’re announcing a big change to the way you develop the user interfaces of your OMNIA applications!
This feature will greatly improve the way you develop user interfaces and web components and allow for even shorter development cycles.
Because we noticed a lot of ambiguity when it comes to answering the question “What is Low-Code?”, we’ve decided to write this post to clarify, in detail, what low-code means for us and our platform.
One of the nightmares of IT Departments is managing user access to company applications.
Imagine that your company uses Google Docs, Microsoft Teams and Trello for its day to day work. Now imagine you hire a new colleague. You would need to grant access to all of these service providers, individually, and, maybe more important, remove them when he leaves(!).
Now imagine that instead of three services, your company uses ten, and instead of hiring one colleague, you hire five. You see where we’re going with this…
Creating a new tenant is a simple task, right? Just like adding a user to that tenant. A couple of clicks and the job is done.
However, “simple” does not equal “scalable”, and repeating simple tasks to exaustion provides a very poor user experience.
Today we’re taking the first step into the automation of some of those tasks, with the new OMNIA Command Line Interface (CLI)!
Unless you’ve been living under a rock (with no internet), you have probably heard the news that hiring developers is, and will increasingly be, very hard. Not only will they be hard to find, they’ll also be a very expensive asset. It’s a simple supply-demand issue.
Despite some efforts to promote and attract students to IT related degrees, it’s quite obvious that that won’t be enough.
There’s a need here. An opportunity.
Did you ever focused on a problem just to come to the conclusion that it could be solved with a simple web app?
If you’re a developer you’re probably thinking “Yes, of course…”, but what if you’re not?
What if we told you that you don’t need to know how to code in order to build an application?
If you’ve been keeping up with our blog posts for the past months, you’re aware that Web Components are a big part of our platform’s extensibility power, however, exploring them was a hassle. We needed an effective way to explore all our shared Web Components, while also enhancing their development experience.