5 Minute Challenge: Go From Zero to Complete Enterprise App

The Rise of No-Code/Low-Code Platforms The world is going digital, and your business needs to transform itself to survive and compete. Imagine you have a business process or workflow problem that you wish to digitize or automate, what do you do? After approaching your IT department, you get a typical response that the software developers (assuming there are any in the first place) are all busy or unavailable. Or perhaps you are a software developer yourself, but you never have enough time to deliver what the business requires. You then decide to use spreadsheets, or more horrifyingly, resort to manually using paper. Surely there must be a better way to do it.

What if you could build a full-fledged enterprise app accessible via both desktop and mobile, complete with database-driven forms, lists and reports with filters and data export capabilities, along with an approval workflow process, within 5 minutes? And this duration assumes that you are starting from zero, meaning no server in…

Joget DX Beta Released

After months of intensive development, the Joget team is proud to announce that the beta for Joget DX is now available for download!

What is Joget DX?

Joget DX is a next generation open source application platform for faster, simpler digital transformation (DX). Joget DX combines the best of business process management (BPM), workflow, and low-code/no-code rapid application development in an open source platform.
Web-based visual approach empowers non-coders to build and maintain apps anytime, anywhere Reduces time to market, from months to weeks or days Apps built are mobile ready, cloud ready APIs for integration and plugin architecture for extensibility "App Store" for enterprise apps - Joget Marketplace Integrated app performance management to detect and optimize performance issues What’s New in Joget DX
Joget DX is the next generation successor to Joget Workflow. From Workflow to Digital Transformation (DX), the product name change reflects the complete digital transfor…

Enterprise Integration and Low Code Applications: A Practical Tutorial with MuleSoft Anypoint Platform and Joget Workflow

Need to integrate SAP, Salesforce or Microsoft SharePoint? Most organizations run many disparate systems, and information typically needs to be shared between them. As organizations undertake their digital transformation journey, demand for integration becomes increasingly complex with requirements from cloud, mobile, workflow, business automation (including robotic process automation), analytics and other emerging use cases.

Enterprise integration platforms connect various applications, systems and technologies within the cloud or on-premise. Integration platforms provide ways to manage these connections, typically by consuming and exposing these systems as APIs (application programming interfaces). Integration platforms also provide ready made connectors to many modern and legacy enterprise systems. According to the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS), there is huge growth in the interest and adoption of integration platforms by both SMBs…

Introducing the Joget Operator for Red Hat OpenShift: Low Code App Deployment Made Easy

As an open source no-code/low-code platform to visually build enterprise web apps for coders and non-coders, Joget is a natural fit for modern cloud infrastructure technologies especially Kubernetes.

The Joget Operator has been released to further simplify and accelerate app development on Red Hat OpenShift. It has achieved Red Hat OpenShift Operator Certification, and is now available in the OpenShift Embedded OperatorHub. The Joget Operator helps to automate the deployment of Joget within minutes, so that you can focus on rapidly delivering applications instead of worrying about infrastructure issues.

Kubernetes? OpenShift? Operator? If you are not familiar with these terms, fret not as these will be explained next.
Introduction to Kubernetes, OpenShift and Operators

Containers, Kubernetes and OpenShift In a previous article Kubernetes: What the Hype is All About, we had introduced containers and Kubernetes. To recap:
Containers are a way of packaging software so that application code,…