In this post, we’ll focus on SaaS Application Extensibility and Modernizing Legacy Systems, exploring the Slack example so that we can uncover some of the development possibilities that our platform can not only provide, but facilitate.
An enumeration is a complete, ordered listing of all the items in a collection. The term is commonly used to refer to a listing of all of the elements of a set. Enumerations in our platform will allow you to create ordered lists of fixed values that live inside the platform.
We’re very glad to announce our latest platform feature, Behaviour Cache, and we have some performance results we would like to share with you.
This feature was aimed at decreasing loading times for several scenarios, among them are reading integration configurations, data request from one or more entities, etc. With this new feature, you will be able to cache any object you’ve developed in your web application and decrease overall loading times.
Accessing a remote folder from your web application seems like quite the simple task, right? Well.. It is true that as a feature its not a highly complex task, however, doing it without changing your local network, configure an FTP server, or exposing your (sensitive) folder to the web can be.
On our last blog post we’ve addressed our multitenant architecture from a Partner’s point of view, today we’re going to showcase the key advantages our subscription owners can benefit from this model.
As a subscription service, our low-code development platform is targeted at both our clients and partners alike. Whether our platform is used for internal developments or client developments, you’ll find that in both cases the benefits, especially ROI (return on investment), are very attractive.
At the core of our low-code platform there’s great emphasis in the concept of extensibility. Extensibility is, in broad terms, freedom to do as you please and develop intricate pieces of software that can add all kinds of functionalities and answer to all kinds of specific business needs. With our platform, one of the ways you can achieve this is using web components.
One of the main challenges of developing a business web application is in the adaptation of business language into a set of rules that can be programmed. Economic concepts such as agents, resources or events are not easy to translate into software. Typically this challenge is battled using code-centric approach and, more recently, different model-centric solutions start to appear. We believe we’ve improved the model-centric approach.
One of the main concerns regarding responsive, business-oriented, web applications it is its mobile user interface. Due to the amount of information displayed, and multiple functionalities, that most business web applications tend to have, designing a mobile interface that can accurately provide a great user experience across all devices and screen sizes is a complex task.
By definition, our development platform falls into the category of low-code, however, there are some no-code elements that we haven’t gone into detail yet. Today we’re going to focus on the a very important no-code feature of our platform, the User Interface (UI) Editor.