The low-code platform For
real developers

Change the way you develop software...
...not the people who do it.

What is Low-Code?

Low-Code is a technique in application development in which developers use a library of components and then configure these individually according to their requirements.

By 2023, more than 50% of medium and large enterprises will have introduced a low-code application platform.

September 2020

24% of all developers plan to use a low-code platform within the next 12 months

May 2020

Low-Code should be more than development

All Low-Code platforms

Build applications with configurable components

Few Low-Code platforms

Outsource and purchase required components

Only AppGreenhouse

Plan and control projects within the platform

Why is AppGreenhouse the most efficient Low-Code platform?

Other Low-Code platforms allow a significant shortening of the development phase, but do not significantly reduce the planning and UAT (User Acceptance Test) phases. AppGreenhouse supports the development team and other stakeholders through the entire development process.

Frontend

AppGreenhouse Frontend
Engine
AppGreenhouse’s frontend engine uses a simple JSON syntax to describe how components are rendered for mobile, desktop-browser and tablet. Initially, AppGreenhouse is available for Angular, while iOS, Android, React and Vue follow in 2021. AppGreenhouse-Angular is delivered with an extensive library of ready-to-use components, and developers can easily add their own Angular components to any AppGreenhouse project.
Editor Coming Soon!
The AppGreenhouse editor will allow developers to configure AppGreenhouse applications, setting up the layout, adding available components, and configuring them. Teams can easily access components from previous projects via the Team Library. Additional components can be purchased from the component marketplace.

Why is AppGreenhouse the platform for real developers?

Backend

Engine
AppGreenhouse’s back-end engine allows creation and management of a REST API for any project. API calls can be configured to read/write from the Postgres database or perform actions, such as sending an email, taking a payment or calling other APIs. In most cases, only a simple JSON configuration is required, but where necessary, additional actions can be written in Go or further queries in SQL. User management and image management works out-of-the-box, caching is available and all data can be secured with a powerful GDPR-compliant permissions management.  
Editor Coming Soon!
The AppGreenhouse editor will provide a convenient way for developers to configure the API.

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