OutSystems is a coding platform specifically designed for low level operations. The software has been recognized for its quality by Gartner and Forrester as a leader in mobile application development platforms, low-code development platforms and as a high-productivity application platform as a service. The software has been used to deliver over 100,000 enterprise apps, mostly in a matter of weeks. OutSystems is used in 52 countries and 22 industries, and has received awards from TrustRadius and 2X CODiE and has been recognized for vendor excellence. OutSystems is based in Atlanta, certified in SAP (S/4HANA, NetWeaver) and Microsoft Azure and partnered with Oracle, Microsoft and Amazon Web Services.
- Offline synchronization of data
- Full stack visual development, which uses drag and drop techniques to implement functionality for business processes, user interfaces, data models and logic
- Cross-platform apps are no problem, and user code can be inserted when needed
- Apps can be delivered and updated with a single click, and changes are automatically tracked by the platform
- Incredibly fast visual modeling
- In-app feedback lets users share written and voice feedback in the application itself, simplifying communications and optimizing update turnaround
- Immediate dependency refactoring after model analysis
- Automatic query updating after database table modification
- Free trial available, and a free version is available forever after that, although it has very limited functionality
- A handy knowledge base, complete with study guides, courses and webinars, is available on the company's website to help developers get started. Classroom sessions for old-fashioned users are also available
- Usage beyond the free version is meant for serious developers only with the cheapest price starting at $2,100 per month
In the world of low-level programming, integration with the very core processes of a system are the name of the game. OutSystems seeks to streamline this process by offering a suite of useful tools to add to a developer's arsenal. The software is very customizable and features a slew of pre-built, open source connectors. If that's not enough, a programmer can build a custom connector for use with pretty much any external process. The entire purpose of low-level software is integration, so OutSystems, as the name implies, can handle any system out there. Advanced users can even develop their own back end for the platform as a service in order to connect with popular cloud providers.