A nocode platform with hyperfocus on the backend.
Making logics for web-applications, must evolve to become faster and easier to understand. Also for those that are not coders themselves.
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This project is being worked on right now, aiming for a swift release of the alpha version. Check back often for updates. Or follow me on one of my social media channels.
The flows you create are based upon a proven concept. Nodes are mostly seen in applications that utilize high control for the user without having them to code. This time it's for back-end development.
Configure any amount of languages. The system is multi-language to the core. Supporting all types language standards for all languages.
You control what the request should look like and what happends before the system reaches a response. What the repsonse is, is up to you. Hmtl? Json? Xml? It does not matter.
One installation can support multiple applications. The licenses are based on a per client setup instead of a per installation or user setup. Giving you full possibilities to help your client with almost anything.
Based on well known systems and standards. A PHP based backend with it's most powerful framework Symfony behind all of it.
No matter how many features are packed with the system. You could come up with one of your own. If you are a coder, you can add your own nodes with any kind of logic behind them.
I would say this platform is revolving around two core concepts.
First: Simplicity should not prevail over flexibility. This is not to say we should not aim to make everything as simple as possible. But not one bit too simple. In the world of software, flexibility means power.
Second: Focus. This is laser focused on making a nocode platform for the backend. From request to response.
My name is Dion Snoeijen. I find it hard to categorise myself. Right now I spend most of my time building software. Having the main focus on a powerful nocode platform. Next to that, I love design, art and learning about everything. Check my stuff on: