Today, more and more businesses are adopting low code platforms such as Neutrinos as a way to accelerate app development.

In comparison with traditional code development, with low code, apps can be delivered at 10x speed as it is easier and quicker to develop applications with functionalities such as drag-and-drop, reusability, and integrations.

According to Forrester Research, the total spending on the Low code is forecasted to hit $21.2 billion by 2022, representing a huge growth rate of roughly 40%.

Why are low code platforms such as Neutrinos growing so quickly, and why should you, as a developer adapt to low code? Let’s take a deep dive and learn more!

Neutrinos is a multi-experience, low-code application development platform that provides the capability for you to build enterprise-grade applications for web, mobile, and IoT capabilities in a matter of days.

With Neutrinos Platform you can achieve:

And to get there, the following features of the platform are in place:

Using Neutrinos Platform, you can save almost 70% of your app development efforts when compared to writing code from scratch. You can use the WISYWIG editor to drag and drop UI components and build your application.

You can also create server apps using flow-based modeling by dragging and dropping server nodes and creating server logic.

The nodes do not have any proprietary code embedded and hence the code generated is JavaScript. Which means no lock-in.

The Flow based programming approach allows you to Visual model and remodel your application functionality at ease.

Neutrinos also supports abstraction of application layers so that maintenance or upgrade of one part of the app (in the future) does not affect the other working functionalities of the app.

Neutrinos Platform follows open standards and commonly known languages such as HTML5 and JavaScript code.

Apps on low code platforms can be built by practically anyone including non-techies. The basic knowledge required is HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

Therefore, the entry barrier to get into complex software development is hugely reduced.

Also, the underlying JavaScript framework is abstracted; allowing you to shift to any other framework as and when required.

Neutrinos makes it possible for any developer to build new app assets rapidly inside the platform, and to share them with others, providing reusability of code. App assets include UI components, client nodes, server nodes, App templates, etc.

This means that every app built with Neutrinos speeds up the development of any future apps as the asset library grows and matures.

Such reusable app assets are part of Neutrinos Store, the marketplace of Neutrinos.

Neutrinos offers seamless integration capabilities. You can integrate your app with Active Directory, RDBMS or NoSQL Databases, web services such as REST, SOAP, AMQP etc., and many more services.

You can create server apps and build your microservices or APIs.

you can seamlessly consume and expose REST APIs by designing these APIs using flow-based modelling. You can also create swagger documents on the go and preview the server app before deploying it.

Neutrinos is both LDAP and OAuth 2.0 security compliant. To perform identity management, the platform offers its own Auth strategy, and also provides a simple configuration setting that takes minutes to integrate with Active Directory, Azure AD and Google OAuth Strategies.

The Neutrinos SSO capability allows developers to easily unify logins across applications. A user can move seamlessly between applications without requiring any additional login.

Creating the actual build and deployment package is a time-consuming phase of app deployment. Developers usually have to build the web app, build the mobile app (iOS, Android), initialize the web or mobile apps with dependent libraries, create deployable files for the cloud, upload the files and finally create the App Engine or AWS Lambda or MS Functions version of the deployment.

The Neutrinos Platform automates all these steps and automatically generates deployment packages for different environments and devices.

Also, you can deploy both web apps and mobile apps using a single code base, thus enabling better code efficiency and change management.

When developing a mobile app, you often want to use the capabilities of the mobile device, such as the GPS or notifications. You can achieve this by installing any Cordova plugin in the Neutrinos Platform and using its functionality in your app.

Most of these plugins are already included in your app when you create it and you can use them by following a few simple steps.

Neutrinos provides you with more such features as described above to transform your app development experience. With these benefits, you can not only develop your apps at ease and at speed, your organizations are also better equipped to quickly adapt and respond to fast-changing business conditions.



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