The bare minimum requirements of low-code solutions are that they enable fast app delivery and are easy to use. With the excitement of being able to quickly and easily build and deliver an application, many companies don’t look beyond those capabilities to see what limits they may run into as they make a decision to adopt a new application development platform. It is often 6 to 9 months after adopting a low-code platform when they start to understand potential critical problems like a rigid architecture, lack of extensibility, inadequate UX for B2C apps, limitations in mobile functionality, outdated web capabilities, weak security, and more. By the time these become obvious it can be hard to change.
In this guide, we’ll outline the key questions technical leaders should ask when considering an API solution and provide best practices for evaluating options, including:
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IMAP isn’t as simple as login, fetch, log out – underneath the surface, IMAP contains nuances that can cause any developer massive headaches.
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Extending DevOps to your software application security team shifts security from being a bottleneck to an enabler. This whitepaper discusses the benefits of being a DevOps-ready IT organization. Some of the benefit included are :
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The rise of agile and mobile has fueled digital transformation across every industry, which has given rise to internal efficiency-focused initiatives like DevOps. With the prominence of mobile-first strategies within digital businesses, the speed and complexity of mobile create challenges for organizations looking to secure the data handled by mobile apps. If you are on the journey to secure DevOps for your mobile apps, this ebook is for you.
Noted SQL Server MVP and founding editor of SSWUG.org Stephen Wynkoop addresses the challenges of achieving quality data, the negative effects of poor data quality on your business, and the importance of the single customer view (SCV) to an effective data quality regimen. Wynkoop explores different data quality implementations in SQL Server, citing Melissa’s unique survivorship approach. Learn more.
One of the challenges teams face when transitioning to continuous testing within DevOps is the oversimplification found in many models. These often underestimate the effort and time required. For new projects and small teams, you can begin with a pure agile approach, utilize the best new tools, and glory in the lack of technical and process debt.
Organizations – and developers – need to innovate to stay competitive, and with release schedules shrinking all the time, it’s more likely that a business-threatening bug might slip through to production.
Successfully implementing CT, which aims to avoid business-killing software failures, depends on continuous alignment between people, processes, and technology in the organization. Each of these three are essential elements to a properly functioning CT organization.
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