GeneXus X Evolution 3, released
GeneXus is the world's first and only software development platform to provide tools for automatic code and database generation, cross-platform software development, and enterprise system integration. Its capabilities have evolved over the last 25-years, and, today, GeneXus generates code in more programming languages than anything else on the market. The newest release includes native mobile app code generators for iOS, Android, Blackberry and Windows 8, as well as responsive web and offline apps.
"The modern CIO is struggling not to drown in data, and Evolution 3 throws out a desperately needed lifeline," explains NicolÁs Jodal, CEO of
More than 100,000 corporate developers already rely on GeneXus to bridge the data divide between the "legacy" technologies, in their existing infrastructures, and an app-hungry workforce –
In other words, GeneXus X Evolution 3 can turn any database into a future-proof application, for any web, mobile, desktop or server platform. With faster prototyping cycles, modular programming, and enhanced security, the new release all but eliminates the risk and expense of extending enterprise systems to the latest technological frontiers.
For more information, detailed release notes are available at: http://www.genexususa.com/press/news-content-detail/genexus-evolution-3-release.
GeneXus is a rapid, agile development platform, for integrating, building, testing and maintaining cross-platform, enterprise software systems and applications. GeneXus powers business computing solutions for over 5 million users, in 45 countries.
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