New Service "Warewolf" Allows Programmers to Work 400% Faster
Warewolf speeds up prototyping and microservice design & integration. Line-of-business applications are also easily built and connected to databases with Warewolf's drag-and-drop visual interface.
Dublin, Ireland, June 28, 2016 (Newswire.com) - Warewolf is a new programming system that speeds up production by as much as 400%. In part, this is achieved by handling the repetitive work often required of programmers, such as when building line-of-business apps and creating the same login form thousands of times.
Warewolf uses a visual, flow-based, drag-and-drop environment. It is intended for designing microservices and then calling those microservices from directly within the user’s applications; the end result is months of programming accomplished in days and a shift in the SOA framework.
Warewolf doesn’t try to replace hardcore programming tasks, but it can make light of otherwise difficult grunt work. Through visual programming, Warewolf turns line-of-business application development into a simpler and faster job.
For the creators of Warewolf, the need for easier development was obvious.
“So much of programming is simply repeating previous methods or recreating similar sections of code. We wanted to reduce as much of that friction as possible so that businesses could quickly develop prototypes and get microservices up and running.”
Version 1 of Warewolf comes with connectors for Oracle and MySQL databases, SharePoint list connectors, RabbitMQ, PostgreSQL, MS Exchange and more.
Warewolf is also available in the Microsoft Azure marketplace; users can simply spin up a VM and get started.
To learn more about Warewolf and its upcoming patches, please visit https://warewolf.io to get started with a free 30-day trial.
Warewolf is a unique, open source software and incredibly easy to use. This unique tool makes it very easy to build sophisticated applications in a visual, drag and drop environment. Host it on premise or in the cloud.
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