From a business stand point, data analytics is one of the most important aspects of the decision making process. With the ever growing variety of business software available, it’s increasingly common to have multiple separate systems to manage different business areas of a company, but one problem rises from this: data decentralization.
With OMNIA, this stops being a problem.
With the advance of technology and the ever growing increase of screen types and sizes, layout flexibility (or responsive web design) and browser compatibility are a big concern when developing software.
At the same time, UI extensibility is of the utmost importance for development platforms and those were two of the main focus points of our decision to embrace Web Components.
One of the core development principles behind our platform is productivity, and, as we are all aware, successfully reusing, or repurposing, work is one of the most effective ways of progressing towards that goal.
In order to achieve this, we’ve developed a simple “Import – Export” system, placed on our “Modeler Area” (image below), that allows you to export and import your model across tenants, in a matter of seconds.
As developers, we at OMNIA realize how important the debugging experience really is for any kind of software development and we’ve made it a priority to build the best debugging experience for our users.
With this in mind, we’re very happy to reveal our new remote debugging environment, featuring Microsoft‘s Visual Studio (2017 Community and above).
It’s with great pleasure that we’re announcing our new 3.0.216 version and our new feature: the Accelerator!
Along side with some performance improvements, this update features a brand new function specially built to reduce code development and improve your overall development experience.