FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 11th December 2017
nuSoftware is proud to announce the release of nuBuilder Forte.
The 4th version of its Application Development Tool is now a low-code, open-source alternative for Citizen Developers.
Adelaide, South Australia:
A Citizen Developer is typically a person not employed as a programmer, that builds software applications to help manage processes inside a business.
Often because an IT department is too busy with other projects.
The release of nuBuilder Forte gives the growing community of Citizen Developers an open-source alternative for low-code software development.
Allowing developers to own what they create and host it wherever they want.
Building applications for such things as...
- Customer Relation Management. (CRM)
- Asset Tracking.
- Build Forms
- Build Reports
- Create Calculated fields.
- Build SQL Statements.
- Drag, drop and resize Objects.
Most of these vendors provide access to their low-code tools through a model called Platform as a Service (PaaS).
Which generally locks the developer in to using only that vendor, because any application created on their platform will only work on their platform.
Even low-code applications can take hours to build and cost thousands of dollars to create.
Which means that if these systems become crucial to the running of a company, it may create risk management issues that the developer has no control over.
Issues with the vendor like increasing charges to access the application they have created or even the vendor going out of business.
Shane Gelven - General Manager of nuSoftware, says "Its like renting a house and filling it with expensive furniture that you can't take with you if you move."
But nuBuilder Forte is designed to contain everything created by the developer in its database.
- Custom Code
This makes it easy for developers to backup and restore applications to whereever they want and not be locked into any one vendor's platform.
More information on nuBuilder Forte can be found at www.nubuilder.com.