Dev Zone

A lot goes into engineering the perfect low-code development platform. Get the details firsthand from the obsessive craftsmen who do it for a living, along with tips and tricks for making your own low-code projects as smooth as butter.


Everyone Loves a Good Story: How to Make a Mobile Stories Pattern With OutSystems

As the song goes, "Every picture tells a story, baby." In this blog post, our pictures tell the story of how you can use OutSystems to create a complex Insta Stories pattern quickly and with less effort than you think.

A Container For Your App, My Dear!

Our customers had spoken. So had the analysts. Container support had to be part of the latest OutSystems platform release. In this blog post, meet the team and learn the details - both human and technical - that made container support possible in OutSystems 11.

Here Comes the Sun: A Solar Panel Monitoring System Built With OutSystems

Who knew that an old mobile phone, duct tape, a grid tie converter, and OutSystems could produce a solar panel monitoring system even Arduino could envy? All it took was a little ingenuity and some elbow grease. Get all the details in this blog post.

Overcoming Uncertainty: Conquering Replace Data

As part of the OutSystems mission to reduce the time from UI development to publication, a feature was born that enables developers to change the data source in a screen created from a template with sample data. In fact, they can do it for any screen with data. This is its story.

No More Horror Stories: How to Publish Apps in Stores

Everyone loves a good horror story now and again. But, when it comes to publishing apps in the app stores, the goal is not a tale of terror and destruction. This article has advice on how to make sure your app lives happily ever after in Google Play and the App Store.

At Your Service: Implementing Low-Code Microservices

Breaking a monolithic application architecture into microservices can create a nimble, healthy app portfolio. But, when you have a low-code platform, they can't be just any old microservices. They have to be low-code. Learn how a team of forward-thinkers made that happen.