Oracle Launches Project Visual Code to Empower Citizen Developers
Friday, September 23, 2016
Oracle unveils Project Visual Code, a cloud-based platform for low-code application development. Using the platform, customers can now quickly and easily build and publish personalized, stand-alone applications or extend existing applications by using a visual interface that requires very little code.
Builder: A visual tool for creating and hosting Web and mobile business applications through a no-code-required, browser-based development approach.
UI Design System: A new visual design system complements modern layouts and supports a responsive approach for multi-channel applications.
Business Objects: Developers and business users can build applications over any REST based service or leverage the platform to easily create new objects for any custom data requirements.
Application Marketplace: Customers and partners can access, share and sell complete applications as well as functional UI components with specific capabilities, all built on the new Project Visual Code.
Built on a standards-based architecture, the new platform also enables customers and partners to create a rich ecosystem of modular user interface building blocks as well as complete applications. In addition, with its best-in-class mobile development features, the new platform enables the creation of on-device mobile applications that work even in disconnected mode.
Read more: http://www.oracle.com/
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