Why Low-Code with Visual LANSA 15 Is Simply Better

It is official—with the drop of version 15 on April 15, Visual LANSA becomes the most versatile and most powerful low-code platform on the market. With the ability to deploy to the IBM i, Windows, or Cloud servers, no other low-code platform has the flexibility of Visual LANSA. Expanding the Developer’s Toolbox The new version … …

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Accelerate App Development with Visual LANSA

In part 1 of this blog series, I discussed the benefits of the Business Rules Engine and how using this central repository is key to accelerating application development. While the Business Rules Engine is geared for multiple application creations and enterprise solutions, Visual LANSA wizards will allow developers to create working applications in a matter … …

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Accelerate App Development with Visual LANSA

Over the past few months I have been writing about the benefits of low-code and how a platform such as Visual LANSA can increase the effectiveness and efficiency of professional developers. Visual LANSA has a much different approach to low-code than the model-based low-code platforms where users work with icons and workflows. In Visual LANSA, … …

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Low-code 2020: On the Verge of Domination

As we say goodbye to 2019, we look ahead to 2020 and the excitement it brings. 2019 was another year of amazing growth in the low-code industry and Forrester Research expects the low-code market to keep growing, in fact, they predict a 40% annual growth rate and a market worth $21 billion by 2022. Despite … …

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Who’s Coding Your Business Applications?

No-code/Low-code platforms have rekindled the idea that “amateur” programmers, also known as citizen developers, can increase efficiency and effectiveness throughout the entire business. A citizen developer is a non-IT professional who is capable of solving business problems by creating applications in low-code development environments. For example, Bob from accounting has an idea to make his … …

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