Features

Some of the features of GIFFY that makes it one of its kind.

The GIFFY application runs on the browser and helps you to develop cloud based applications writing minimal code. This allows more scope for solving the business problems rather than wasting time on the details of cloud computing.

  • User and Group Management
  • Integration with external systems to exchange data between applications and much more.
  • Calendar and Event Management, tightly integrated with G Suite.
  • Google Maps Integration for location plotting, User tracking, Asset/Store tracking.
  • Custom Reports can be generated at Runtime. Reports can be generated in Excel, PDF, CSV formats.
  • Report to generate your custom reports at Runtime.
  • Query Engine to make queries to database on demand.

Business Rules & Workflows can be implemented at runtime with the GIFFY Rule engine which processes custom Java code. This is very helpful to implement business logic on demand and the best part is you don't have to deploy the application to get this working. Wizard based Escalations and Notifications Rules can be configured and integrated with workflows.

Google App Engine is not ACID (atomicity, consistency, isolation, durability) compliant. This makes building business applications on top of GAE (Google App Engine) a huge challenge. With GIFFY this aspect of App Engine is taken care of by providing in-built mechanism so you can concentrate on the business realities. This is a two way advantage for the customer, firstly it upgrades their existing out dated IT applications and secondly it brings down operational costs.


Make classes at Runtime.

Copy setup data or create replica of the application with the desired modules.
User can get the module list, can create/edit/delete new module, can assign entitykinds(which are needed at the time of development to develop the specific module). Then export the entitykinds related to the modules as .csv files to Google Cloud Storage. Then user can download the exported (.csv)files from Google Cloud Storage.
User can upload the .csv files and manage them to import. If there exist no user then user can import administrator user and then import system entitykinds.