For developing an application on cloud the choice is simple. Either you can start from scratch and build the entire thing from the ground up or you can go get RAD tool like GIFFY.
Let’s imagine we have two companies. We will call one “Alpha Soda Distributors”. We will refer to the other as “Beta Drink Company”. Both of these companies are competing bottlers, who have moved to Goggle Apps and have decided to develop an online application that will run on Google App Engine and be available to all devices and all users. They have selected this platform because they are expecting expansive growth, and do not wish to be forced to scale their organizations software a third and fourth time. Alpha Soda decides to use GIFFY. Beta Drinks decides to use the Java SDK with Eclipse. Both start out just fine. They plan, they chat, they bring in consultants to get the right information, and they are off and running.
Funny thing. Three months have now gone by, and something odd is taking place. Alpha Soda is using their application, and Beta drinks is still trying to work through the class structure! Both are using the professional services of experts in their design, so why is one taking so much longer? Because of the tools selected.
In short, knowing the difference between these two can not only save you a great deal of time, but a lot of money of those pesky scope-changing modifications that always seem to come from management at the least convenient times. If you are a programmer writing an application on app engine grab the SDK. If however, you are an enterprise with serious concerns about scalability, stability and development cycle costs. You might want to consider a tool like GIFFY.
As the common developement functionalities are built-in, team can focus more on the customer requirement.
With the workforce optimized, companies have access to a wealth of data on their workforce. This information can give you valuable insights that will allow you to see where there are rooms for improvement in your current processes. You can then take actionable steps to optimize your workforce.
According to Wikipedia, Rapid application development (RAD) is a software development methodology that uses minimal planning in favor of rapid prototyping. The “planning” of software developed using RAD is interleaved with writing the software itself. The lack of extensive pre-planning generally allows software to be written much faster, and makes it easier to change requirements.
Using GIFFY to migrate from Lotus Notes to G Suite or O365.
Although Google Apps and Microsoft 365 are an alternative to Lotus Notes when it comes to communication and Collaboration in the cloud, however apart from the very basic Google Forms or Microsoft SharePoint, there is no easy way to migrate Notes custom applications developed over the years using Domino Designer. This is often a barrier for companies on Lotus Notes looking to migrate to the cloud.
GIFFY solves this gap by providing a similar workflow and web forms environment like that of Lotus Notes, which can be used to migrate to local apps to the cloud.
Developing application on Cloud is tricky and complicated process. GIFFY saves time and money that you otherwise waste on issues that have nothing to do with your business logic.