A large part of the processes that run our modern world are very optimized. When you are confronted to them, you will be hard pressed to propose better ways of doing things. Experts will explain you the reason for any gesture or detail. Firemen and aircraft pilots follow detailed well-thought procedures. Even a well organized […]
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A company requires many IT systems to run its business, and typically spends a few percent of its revenue on building and operating those IT systems. A typical IT system will live for a decade and sometimes much more before being replaced. There are two strategies to deploy an IT system: software package or specific […]
The low-code approach has become popular several times in the history of enterprise software, only to decline a few years after. The main reason of those failures is the difficulty of performing the last step towards a working solution, the legendary ‘last 10%’ of user requirements. This is especially problematic, as, very often, an application […]
As the old low-code approach is gaining again in interest, there are dozens of offers in the area. Open Lowcode has an original approach focusing on users actual needs, and low cost of ownership.
Low-code has been around for decades, under several names, while never becoming a leading technology. The idea is to automatize as much as possible the development of an application, and limit development to only the parts where specific business logic is required. Alternative, and leading, approaches for enterprise include buying a packaged software already implementing […]
Code generation has a mixed reputation. Nonetheless, the Open Lowcode framework is based on this technology. This post explains its usage, reasons for this choice, and how the biggest drawbacks are mitigated.
The Open Lowcode framework is the result of hundreds of days of effort. I took the decision to publish it fully in open-source (no freemium or dual licenses). Here is why.
This is the start of an adventure around low-code, an old idea that deserves to be back in fashion. As an IT professionnal, I have been developping and deploying enterprise software for the last twenty years. The overwhelming feeling has been one of waste of epic proportions. First in the lifecycle is the waste of […]