Mendix is one of the largest players on the market and listed as a leader for Low-Code application development platforms by both Gartner and Forrester. It actually consists of several tools. One of them, Mendix Studio Pro, is a Low-Code tool. There is also the Mendix Studio, which is a No-Code tool that I already reviewed in an earlier post.
Mendix is one of the largest players on the market and listed as a leader for Low-Code application development platforms by both Gartner and Forrester. It actually consists of several tools. One of them, Mendix Studio, is a No-Code tool. There is also the Mendix Studio Pro, which is a Low-Code tool. I will review Mendix Studio Pro separately in a later post.
As I stated in my opening post (Ready? Launch!) one part of this blog is testing Low-Code and No-Code products. Although I’m more of a techie, which means for me it’s a lot of fun trying different products, I also want to share my experiences with you. Now I’m already very familiar with Intrexx from my daily work at United Planet, but I still want to give a fair review to all products. That’s why I try to standardize my reviews, so they hopefully turn out objective.
The goal is to have a (Ninja^^)-Star-Rating like this:
There are a lot of different ways to communicate inside companies. In smaller businesses it’s more likely to just talk to each other or send emails. However, if the company grows there is a point where companies need to offer additional ways to exchange information. One of these additional technologies would be instant messaging. There are multiple providers of such applications, most of them are hosted outside of your company. With Intrexx it’s possible to integrate the free real time collaboration server Openfire for XMPP(Jabber) into your company portal using a jQuery XMPP plugin. Openfire can be hosted in your own environment, used for free and is therefor a good alternative for instant messaging.Read More »Integrate Instant Messenger into a Low-Code Environment
Intrexx provides multi-level permissions to manage which users have access to certain applications, pages, datagroups, files, search-configurations or web-sockets. In this post I want to show you what this means and give you hints on how to use the permissions-module.Read More »How to configure application-permissions
Today version 20.03 of Intrexx was released! 20.03 is an STS version, which means it’s only supported for the next 6 months, until the next STS version will be out. The next LTS version will be 21.03 which is due in March 2021.
Here is a quick overview over the new features.Read More »Version 20.03 of Intrexx is released!
As most of the people I also don’t like to reinvent the wheel. This is why, when I have to code something, I try to use existing, usually even free, code libraries to work with. Since most of them are also open source, I can be pretty sure they are of high quality and used and tested very often.