Today’s development projects are not the same as development projects of years past. As Peter Wayner explained in a recent InfoWorld article, years ago, “life was simple: the software loaded data from memory, developers did some arithmetic and then sent the code back.” That was all. These days, developers work with teams across multiple continents, a variety of languages and different character sets. Some of the code is new, while some comes from decade-old libraries that may not even come with source code. There’s now doubt that it is tough to be a programmer. Luckily, there are tools available to help ease the challenges associated with application development.
In last week’s blog, we highlighted the features of Progress Rollbase Mobile 3.0, which provides a truly “mobile first” approach toward development, allowing developers to easily create and deploy fully customizable HTML5, hybrid or native apps. But what about traditional applications? To build data-driven business applications with minimal coding, enterprises turn to Progress Rollbase.
Rollbase is the proven rapid application development (RAD) tool designed to provide developers everything they need to assemble, deploy, and manage applications in the cloud or any in-house infrastructure. Using point-and-click, drag-and-drop tools in a standard browser, users can easily develop apps from scratch or choose from our growing library of templates to help kick-start development efforts. And, since Rollbase is part of the Progress Pacific platform as a service (PaaS), users can trust that it is simple to use, fast and flexible.
With Progress Rollbase, you are in control and have the option of where to deploy your business apps. Learn more about this approach to rapid application development here or try it now for free.
Gary is responsible for developing go-to-market strategies, providing technical marketing support and developing best practice materials for the Rollbase aPaaS platform.
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