Rintagi Is Now Open-Source
We are pleased to announce that Rintagi is now open-source for everyone to enjoy and benefit from.
What is Rintagi?
Rintagi is the first open-source extreme low-code development platform. It builds mission-critical systems merely through point&click and drag&drop. In fact, the only hand-written code required is the business rules that cannot be pre-conceived. This tool enables software developers to be highly productive by generating 99% of the code required for a mission-critical system so they can focus their energy on coding the 1% unique business rules which gives them high control.
Why open source?
We want to share our passion with the community so people around the world can support our mission to build better software faster with less resources.
With technology changing rapidly, it would be nice to have the collaborative effort of collective intelligence all over the world to make this platform better. By promoting worldwide understanding and adoption on this cutting-edge technology, we enable this platform to generate all kinds of code so more choices are available for individual developers. We are dedicated to building a community has an opportunity to contribute to this amazing project and support each other.
By open sourcing our technology, we will learn new tricks, and help numerous developers to build better apps. Creating open source software for us is also about finding great people to work with. We are engineers, and understand that the best work is done when the creators have the freedom to build the right product in the right way. We also believe in contributors owning their part of the product or infrastructure completely. The Apache 2.0 open source license grants our hard earned self-generating platform patent to all our users.
Finally, we take a lot of pride in having an agile development team. If you are interested in building software in Vancouver, we are interested in speaking with you. We have spent the last 15 years developing and improving Rintagi to be the ultimate development platform. It is now ready to be sent out to the world to be a collaborative project.
How do I get started?
We have free cross-functional training videos live on our website that teaches users the analytical and technical skills they need to build great mission-critical systems that last.
If you are stuck at any time, join our community where both users and our support staff will happily answer any questions you may have.
Originally published on August 18, 2017 on blog.rintagi.com