Webalo Launches No-Code App Generation Platform for IIoT

Chris J. Preimesberger for eWeek:  It was inevitable that these three IT trends were going to conjoin at some point: the industrial internet of things (IIoT), the user experience (UX) on mobile devices and no-code development. After all, users of software in any genre want to have a fruitful experience, or else why bother?

With this in mind, Los Angeles-based Webalo, which makes a consumer-type UX platform and has now aimed it at use cases in the industrial internet, has launched version 4.0 of its no-code app-generation platform, and it pivots the entire company into a new realm.

The company made the announcement Oct. 25 at GE's Minds + Machines conference in San Francisco.

Designed as a productivity tool for obtaining and digesting industrial and enterprise data, Webalo 4.0 features patented technology that gives enterprise users the ability to quickly and automatically generate dynamic desktop and mobile persona-based apps using wizards and drop-down menus.

Business Users Can Adjust Apps to Their Needs

No coding is required. That’s the beauty of no- and low-code development; savvy line-of-business users can visualize data and augment, specialize or optimize business software tools and tailor them to their daily business routines. Shortcuts they learn can help time and money on the company’s bottom line.  Full Article:

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