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.


How Product Designers Observe the User Experience

The Product Design team places users at the center of research and development. In this blog post, we shed light on observations, a research method for learning the user interactions with a product, bringing answers that enhance the user experience.

Using an OutSystems Mobile App to Explain Blockchain

Explaining how blockchain works is easier when people can visualize it. Good thing there's an app for that. Go to the OutSystems Forge, download it, read this article, and be prepared to amaze your friends.

What is a Microservice?

Monoliths, SOA, and microservices—oh, my! You might have heard the buzz around the latest enterprise architecture trend. But what are microservices, really? Find out in this article by Stanley Idesis.

"List" We Forget

OutSystems MVP Miguel Melo has been checking his OutSystems list actions once and checking them twice, and, he has identified a few that can be overlooked. Find out what they are in this article and how the ListFilter action can make your app dev life easier.

REST Up: Consuming a Multipart/Form-Data REST Method With OutSystems

Multiwhat? While creating an interface with a REST API from an external supplier. OutSystems MVP Killian Hekhuis encountered a stumbling block called multipart/form-data. Here's what he did about it - and what you can do, too.

Using NUnit in a Regression Test Strategy for OutSystems

Regression testing is not for the faint of heart, but it is at the heart of ensuring quality software. In this post, we look at how to use the open-source NUnit framework for regression testing with OutSystems.