OutSystems' business in Australia has grown by 200% over the last four quarters. The company offers a low-code application development system for mobile and Web apps.
The idea of using a mobile or desktop browser to access a cloud-based browser in order to use web applications does seem a little odd at first, but Citrix thinks there are some good reasons why organisations may wish to add another layer of complexity.
A team of software developers at Brisbane-based company NetEngine has initiated a crowd-sourcing project leveraging mobile and web-based applications to create reliable maps for the most vulnerable areas of Nepal affected by the recent earthquake.
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