|By Jayaram Krishnaswamy||
|July 29, 2014 12:16 AM EDT||
You can create an account on the following page (by clicking Get Started):
I created an account as shown:
For example, it created a Personal environment for me at:
When you click on Click here to continue you get to the Get Started page which is at
This page is really useful and it points to many of the resources. There are tutorials, templates, app samples, etc. This is also where you start your app. I built both web apps as well as hybrid apps. You will hear about in another post.
Outsystems claims that you can build an app in 5 minutes (that's an awesome number of apps in a 8 hour day!). However, the interface is so easy and user friendly that you may even achieve this.
Watch this video,
There are two ways to use the apps:
- Use the outsystems cloud
- Or detach code (one way process) and compile for .NET or Java a ; once detached you cannot attach back to outsystems.
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