The team at WaveMaker is making waves again.
MAW has learned that the company, a leading enterprise Rapid Application Development Platform firm, is pushing out a significant upgrade to its platform.
The update, we’re told, is designed to facilitate greater choice and flexibility in integrating mobile apps with external as well as internal data and services.
“WaveMaker now supports integration of apps with REST-enabled APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) developed on any technology stack, including Java, .Net, Python, PHP, Node.js or Ruby,” a provided statement reads. “This eliminates the need to deploy or manage additional server-side components, required to access data from existing systems independent of the technology stack.”
The WaveMaker updates should help businesses and organizations develop employee and customer-centric mobile apps more rapidly, as well as leverage valuable data both on-premises and in cloud systems.
In related news, WaveMaker also updated its powerful API Designer to automate the creation of new REST APIs for custom business logic, legacy services, and non-rest endpoints, further simplifying the integration of mobile applications into the network.
“The growth in mobile-app deployment remains virtually unrestrained,” said Vijay Pullur, CEO of WaveMaker. “The market opportunity is immense, and the cloud has enabled the deployment of powerful new hybrid mobile applications at an unprecedented rate.”
“If any barrier remains, it’s the complexity of integrating new apps on the network. WaveMaker continues to eliminate complexities, ensuring that developers can not only build, but swiftly deploy, their apps in the environment of their choice, making the challenges of back-end integration a thing of the past,” Pullur added.
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