How does Kianda work?
The Kianda no-code / low-code (NCLC) platform has been created with the ultimate flexibility and agility in mind, allowing simple user interactions to build complex processes.
Kianda has been constructed using an Model, View, Controller (MVC) approach. This approach allows designers to build mobile-responsive applications via rapid User Interface (UI) prototyping. The UI provides an easy way to build an application by clicking, scrolling, and dragging and dropping fields. The layout both provides a way to build the application or process schema, and to capture and monitor data at run-time.
What’s under the ‘hood’?
The MVC approach enables user or system-supplied data captured through fields within forms, to react or trigger defined rules associated with fields, forms or processes, via the rules engine.
The rules-engine is made of:
- Rule blocks - these are blocks that unlock specific functionality using a toolkit approach
- Flexible and declarative conditional logic
You can use these two key components - rule blocks and conditional logic - extensively and recursively to build the required orchestration of actions or rules that interact with data to provide the functionality you need in your apps or processes.
The rules engine, combined with conditional logic, enables designers to build ambitious, progressive web applications or end-to-end digital business processes that offer both a great UI and high performance.
In addition to the rules engine, CSS3, HTML5, EmberJS, WebApi and NodeJS are some of the underlying technologies used within the platform.
What makes Kianda great is the simplicity and unbounded flexibility it gives citizen developers and low-code developers alike
In summary, the Kianda platform is an ideal interface for rapid prototyping and delivering outcomes quickly.
You can familiarise yourself with the key components of Kianda by going to the following links:
If you want to use Kianda for no-code development, then follow these simple steps:
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