With Rat Catcher deployed in public Beta, it was now time for Justin James to start gathering user feedback on his application. To do this, Justin installed and configured OutSystems’ Embedded Change Technology (ECT.) You can read about his experience in his latest diary entry in Tech Republic.
I just read Justin James‘ most recent diary entries #4& #5, where he continues to develop his Rat Catcher web application; his next challenge – to integrate custom code, he’d already developed, into the Agile Platform. As Justin said, “I was not worried — after all, I knew that Integration Studio would let me hook up my application to this code.”
There’s no better way to try technology out than to build a real-lifeapplication with it. Taking an idea for a product and developing it is a great way to understand the value and shortcomings of any new tool.
This is exactly what Justin James decided to do with the Agile Platform and he’s journaling his experience of developing his new web app, Rat Catcher, in a series of diary entries that are being published in Tech Republic. You can check out his first set of entries: Diary #1, Diary #2.
We’re very excited that Justin James (the author of “OutSystems’ Agile Platform: IDE of my dreams“) over at Tech Republic is chronicling his use of the Agile Platform to build his personal software project, Rat Catcher, which will help media outlets track down plagiarizers and unauthorized uses of their content. (more…)