Low-code development platforms provide developers with environments for constructing software and apps through user interfaces rather than through traditional methods of entering code.
As fast application development tools grew in popularity in the 1990s and early 2000s, low-code development platforms developed. The use of low-code programming in many sectors grew along with the development of low-code programming. Among these sectors was SAP.
In addition to Mendix, Pillir, and OutSystems, there are several SAP low-code/no-code development platforms. It is difficult to choose just one platform from the many available. To assist users in selecting the best low-code application development platform for their organization, Pillir has released an eight-point comparison of Mendix, OutSystems, and their own platform.
First, there was a comparison of the general approach to low-code development. In the article, Mendix is described as a platform that enables app developers of different talents to build apps. On the other hand, OutSystems is intended for development teams who prefer a more conventional approach. With OutSystems, conventional code is transformed into a visual experience. The founders of Pillir had no intention of creating a platform for quick application development. As part of their work, they sought to address the real-life business challenges organizations face when customizing ERP systems..
Based on Pillir’s analysis, Mendix was founded in 2005, whereas OutSystems was founded in 2001, which indicates that both firms have a long history of competing in the low-code space. Unlike Pillir, which was founded in 2013, Mendix and OutSystems were founded before cloud computing became popular (they later shifted to the cloud).
Pillir was developed in the cloud using a microservices architecture. Platforms built with it are easy to build and manage, and they can be scaled automatically. Moreover, Pillir has a team of staff that monitors the processes, and if a process needs to be changed or updated, they do it instead of updating the entire monolithic program.
To find out more about Pillir, readers are invited to visit their website at pillir.io or alternatively check out their website at the following URL: https://www.pillir.io
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