If there’s one thing a software engineer likes, it’s making others’ lives easier. If there’s one thing a software engineer really likes, it’s making their own life easier. Amyst allows us to do both. And while I’m a writer and exaggerating is my job, consider this an understated thanks to a peerless product.
So, what is Amyst, you ask? Simply put, Amyst builds your backend for you. In descriptive terms, it’s a low code programming platform that enables software developers to develop their applications at blazing speed. Building the backend is arguably the most tedious part of software engineering. Amyst creates a full-fledged microservice-based application with a low-code UI-based approach. A code that is horizontally scalable, containerized, bug-free, and easy to understand.
Amyst allows us to always own our code and delivers the “magic” of backend code in the user’s own repository! “Own repository, what do you mean OwN RePoSiToRy?” Hold my beer. Once you’re done, it automatically creates a merge request of the backend code in your own repository. Yep, it does THAT.
Fallacious truth, you think? Honest illusion is how I’d describe it. And while I bet you can swim, Amyst just might be the buoyancy aid on your coding cruise.