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OutSystems Evaluation Guide

OutSystems

Developing with OutSystems

OutSystems is a low-code rapid application delivery platform that accelerates the delivery of mobile and web applications. Developers use a single, integrated development environment that covers the entire development lifecycle: development, quality assurance, deployment, monitoring and management. 

Developing With OutSystems

Single integrated development environment

The whole application is built on a single integrated development environment using a low-code approach. This includes the front-end, back-end, database, and integration with existing systems or services.

  • Front-end: Build the UI of your mobile or web app using templates and pre-built blocks that work across devices. You can extend the UI with standard HTML, JavaScript and CSS or and access any device capability (camera, calendar, gps, etc.) by creating simple plugins.
  • Back-end: All aspects of the back-end are developed using a visual language, including APIs, web services, workflows, and business rules. You can extend the platform capabilities with Eclipse or Visual Studio to weave in your own Java or C# code.
  • Database: Model your application's database visually and connect to any existing data-source.
  • Integration: Use open-source connectors to connect to software packages, current apps, or existing databases. You can visually consume or expose web-services or build your own connectors with Eclipse or Visual Studio.

Covering the entire development lifecycle

OutSystems supports developers throughout the entire lifecycle:

  • Rapid development and integration: Quickly develop applications that are integrated with existing systems and databases. Ensure the quality of your applications through impact analysis and a self-healing engine.
  • Deployment: Move your applications all the way from development to production safely with a couple of clicks. Version tracking, dependency checking, and impact analysis ensure total visibility on the impact of staging.
  • Monitoring: Keep an eye on the health of your entire factory, and track client-side, server-side and network performance with applications that are automatically instrumented with monitoring capabilities.
  • Manage: Easily perform day-to-day operations on your applications, including identity management and configuration management of application' services.
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