Today, we’ll look into several popular use cases of workflow automation in the domain of software development.
As with many other business and production processes, software development is now being largely automated thanks to the emerging low-code/no-code paradigm and dozens of automation tools. Although not every stage of the development process can be fully automated, there are plenty of ways to cut costs and reduce time-to-market time.
Today, companies can no longer afford to spend months on developing software: the speed of product delivery has become one of the crucial factors of business strategies. According to recent research by Forrester, 50% of organizations say that the main reason they use the low-code approach is because it has the fastest speed of delivery as compared to other methodologies.
We’ve launched the Low Code platform, a set of low-code workflow automation tools for .NET developers. These solutions work perfectly well for managing and automating processes in multiple industries, including technology, finance, education, energy, healthcare, etc.
In this article, we’ll cover the most common use cases for the low-code approach as well as the cases where it doesn't work so well.
What does the choice of a development method depend on? Or, in other words, what are the differences between the two? This article compares the low-code and traditional development approaches against a number of most crucial criteria.
This article discusses why the low-code approach may be a better option for businesses than the traditional ‘hardcore’ development from scratch and its no-code alternative.
Low-Code application platforms (LCAPs) are currently experiencing a boom. The desire to promptly implement digitalisation requirements, without worrying about technical details and architecture is unbroken. Systems and requirements are getting more complex and there is not always a specialist in your team for every task.
This episode is about a practical test. The goal is to implement the example formulated in the box Task step by step. The platform used is DWKit. It offers a form builder for web and mobile apps, a complete workflow engine plus the ability to intervene with code at any point. This is important in order not to end up in a dead-end at some point.
In this third episode, the solution created based on the Low-Code platform DWKit is extended with custom functions. Special emphasis is placed on the server components written in C#. The front-end can be a website or a React Native app.
In this brief interview Eugene Betin, OptimaJet CTO, told us how it all began for him and Dmitry Melnikov, OptimaJet CEO, when they founded their own company. Eugene also provides insight into what distinguishes a good IT product from a bad one and which aspects you should consider when choosing a solution to fit your system. Eugene talks about trends that are most likely to influence workflow systems in the nearest future.
When working with a new system, developers need to take into account peculiarities of the system in order to adjust the development process accordingly. In this article, we describe how to organize your development process with DWKit. It is worth mentioning, that whatever methodology you are using (Agile, Scrum, Waterfall, etc.), DWKit will easily fit it.
In this article, we will describe the development process with DWKit depending on your solution’s lifecycle. We distinguish four key stages of project development: prototyping, MVP development, continuous improvements, and support. For each stage, we will provide recommendations on how to configure your solution’s infrastructure with the help of DWKit.
DWKit is a universal platform that allows you to implement a huge number of different business cases. We distinguish two types of cases: development and business. Development cases describe different scenarios for using DWKit capabilities to build enterprise information systems. Business cases describe various solutions based on DWKit that were developed by us, our partners, or our clients. Read the article to find out what types of use cases DWKit is suitable for.
In 2018, OptimaJet released DWKit, a .NET Core-based BPM platform. The platform is intended for the development of enterprise applications and cloud services, and supports MS SQL Server and PostgreSQL. This allows customers to use both Windows and Linux. Get acquainted with what DWKit has to offer in terms of licensing, technologies and risk management.
SharePoint is undoubtedly one of the most popular solutions in the .NET world. Companies use it as a corporate portal, document storage, CRM, employee management tool and what not. And they all face the same issues. Having analyzed them we came up with DWKit—a decent alternative to SharePoint and a product that is designed to create enterprise applications, improving time-to-market and eliminating budget overrun.