6 GeneXus innovations you can’t miss

Since the release of the GeneXus 16 Low Code platform, it has continuously introduced technological innovations that can be summed up in the GX29 Builders session titled GeneXus 16 Up to Date, where Armin Bachmann describes the evolution of GeneXus and the new scenarios supported. This evolution has been clearly focused on the UX & UI of those who build software and their needs to develop it at the speed required in today’s digital world.

Become a Software Builder and discover GeneXus’ most innovative features in these 6 videos! 

1- GeneXus Platform – Development and Beyond. In order to create, run, and evolve the applications required in today’s world, we need a comprehensive platform for development and beyond. Just like the IDE, the GeneXus Platform helps discovering and starting to use new components and services. Also, it goes beyond the KB, encompassing the entire project it belongs to and multiple related activities, and coordinating all the roles involved. 

2- Upcoming and new Frontend generators: Angular, a frontend generator with a positive impact on the UI & UX. This video shows the development and state of the art of GeneXus’ new frontend generator technologies, especially Angular, as well as React and Vue.

3- Design Systems in GeneXus. Work between designers and developers has always been difficult. To bridge the gap between design and implementation, Design Systems provide an excellent solution to many of the traditional problems in this process. Find out how Design Systems improve teamwork and can accelerate innovation in companies, as well as how to do so with GeneXus.

4- Progressive Web Application

This video explores the technological challenges associated with current interfaces, and how GeneXus helps us face them.

5- GeneXus M, the multi-platform IDE for developing GeneXus applications. In this video, you can discover the IDE, how it integrates into the GeneXus Platform, and plans for future development.

6- GeneXus in Github, the open source platform. By moving the development of Java classes to GitHub and making the code public, we have improved the quality of the code and simplified its extensibility and evolution. As a result, security aspects are enhanced, as well as application assembly and deployment.

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