Talking about rapid application development and actually executing on it are two very different things. What if you could go from creating applications that normally take months and make apps in just days? What if you could continuously and easily connect to your data, wherever it lives, without complex reconfiguring of firewalls? And what if you could more easily manage and share your data? Rapid Application Development for Dummies is a handy guide that explains the Progress® Pacific™ Platform as a Service (PaaS) approach, which helps you achieve these benefits by speeding application development and deployment.
Whether you are an experienced developer or just getting started, Rapid Application Development for Dummies gives you the information you need to explore new, more efficient cloud-based app dev approaches, including tools and technologies that you might not be aware of.
Progress Rollbase (for rapid application development)
Modulus (a Progress company) (a high-control, customizable development platform)
Progress DataDirect Cloud (cloud-based data connectivity service to multiple data sources and types)
Progress Easyl (data management and data sharing)
Progress Corticon (a Business Rules Management System or BRMS)
PaaS: The value of a cloud-based application development and deployment approach
Whether you're new to application development or already on your way, download Rapid Application Development for Dummies, a unique guide with all you need to dig into the app dev process. Or go ahead and get started right now with a free, 30-day trial of the easy-to-use Progress Rollbase application development platform.
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