Appian comes up with a new version of his low code platform. It must be easier than ever to build business applications. In addition, the process with the renewed platform should be up to twenty times as fast. This is partly due to the expansion of the number of possibilities offered by the platform.
That’s what Appian is announcing in a press release. The company has created the new version of the Appian Platform to accelerate the development of business applications as a guide. To this end, it expands the capabilities of the low-code/no-code platform in areas such as integration, robotic process automation (RPA), interface design, business mobility and customer engagement.
According to Malcolm Ross, VP of Product at Appian, companies want to spend less time configuring and integrating data. In this way, they can deliver applications that improve the customer experience and enhance operational performance faster. Our new release is a milestone that brings integration and RPA to the world of low code/no code development and greatly extends Appian’s mission to simplify building powerful applications.
This new version of the Appian Platform accelerates the integration of third-party systems and data. This is made possible by the new Integration Software Development Kit (SDK). With this new framework, Appian RPA with Blue Prism is now equipped with no-code integration, so that a digital workforce can be integrated into Appian as easily as possible.
Also, the new release Appians Self-Assembling Interface Layer (SAIL) framework expands. This makes it possible to generate interfaces from a data model. Building a user interface in Appian is therefore a no-code experience. App designers can then refine the automatically generated interface themselves.
Developers can also make the interfaces available offline on mobile devices with just one click. Enhanced offline capabilities include tasks, secure cache data, images, and content for offline processing. When a device comes back online, these tasks are queued and the server processes them.
The latest version of the Appian platform is now available.This news article was automatically translated from Dutch to give Techzine.eu a head start. All news articles after September 1, 2019 are written in native English and NOT translated. All our background stories are written in native English as well. For more information read our launch article.