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Programming and generating applications can be very time-consuming. Complex processes and chunks of code are required. It is normally the case that a whole team of developers works for several months on a typical application.

What exactly happens during programming?

Programs are formulated (“coded”) with so-called programming languages, for example C++, Java and so on. The necessary requirements and algorithms are translated by programmers into one of these programming languages. Today programmers can call on the support of code generators, which are able to generate part of the required code automatically. The testing and documentation of the software is also part of the job of the programmer.
In most cases the design and the creation of the programme run in parallel. In bigger projects the design and the programming (often called implementation) follow one another. But even in this case, the programmer turns the design requirements into program code.
Despite the vast amount of code, programming remains a creative act. Although the design specifies a certain functionality, there are many different ways to implement it. Even the ability to imagine how the code is going to look later, requires creativity.

Creativity instead of long lines of code

Using Business App also requires creativity, but here you can achieve what you want without any programming – thanks to the Application Designer. Business App gives you a drag & drop editor for generating the application. From settings, to the tables, forms and views right through to modules, security and languages, you can put it all together quite simply. Without any knowledge of programming and without a single line of code.

Use and modify ready-made applications

And in case you are still unsure how to proceed, the Application Designer offers a number of ready applications which you can adapt to fit your precise needs. For example, applications for managing contacts, machines, correspondence, property, contracts and much more.
Your creativity knows no bounds, even if you have never studied computing science.

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