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Joget No-Code/Low-Code Platform in a Non-Profit Laboratory Project for Doctors without Borders

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Building a prototype of a Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) for bloodstream infection analysis.  Article contributed by Baptiste, Engineering Coordinator for the Mini-Lab Project
Our non-profit, Doctors without Borders has recently chosen Joget Workflow for the Mini-Lab project. This project aims at developing a transportable, all-in one, cost-effective laboratory for bloodstream infection analysis. The laboratory would be deployed in Low to Middle Income Countries (LMIC) in order to address the issue of Antibiotic Resistance (ABR), the World Health Organization (WHO) having identified this as a global health threat. One of the reasons of the emergence of ABR in the developing world is the lack of microbiology laboratories. Doctors without Borders thus initiated the Mini-Lab project to fill that gap.

The first version of our Joget app was used as a demonstrator recently in Brussels during the first presentation of the Mini-Lab. It allowed exploring the different features…

Joget No-Code / Low-Code Platform: 200,000 Open Source Downloads and Counting

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As we approach the 10th anniversary of the Joget open source project, the Joget team is proud to announce that we’ve hit the milestone of 200,000 open source downloads (not counting many more in enterprise downloads and cloud signups) before the end of March 2019!  

Joget is an open source no-code/low-code application platform for faster, simpler digital transformation. Joget combines the best of business process automation, workflow management and rapid application development in a simple, flexible and open platform. Visual and web-based, it empowers non-coders to instantly build and maintain apps anytime, anywhere.

Joget started as the open source Joget Workflow project on SourceForge in 2009. Initially a workflow engine for business process automation, Joget evolved into a full-fledged application development platform in its third major release Joget Workflow v3 in 2011, back before the term “low code” was even coined by Forrester in 2014.

The latest major release Joget Workflow v6 w…