OutSystems is a Kind of Magic
Like a magician waving his magic wand, you can use your mouse to drag-and-drop elements on the OutSystems Service Studio – OutSystems visual development environment -, and just as a magic trick, create a first app.
Why should I use a Structure as Source of an Aggregate?
I can assure you I have never worked with a software development tool as powerful and as easy to learn as Outsystems.
Excel Files Inside Out with OutSystems
Learn how to use Microsoft Excel to import spreadsheet data into a application database or download data from a database server into your computer using a spreadsheet layout.
Where is your data @ OutSystems?
Many articles on the web explain why quality data is fundamental to the survival of Companies. In this article, we map the well-known Structured Query Language (SQL) to the OutSystems Platform.
OutSystems 101: Splitting the flow!
In this article, we are going to explore some situations where maybe you will not get the results that you want!
How-to display Appointments on a Calendar
In this article, we will exemplify how to implement the Full Calendar widget on a pre-created application.
Federated Single Sign-On in modern applications
Learn how to use a federated identity provider (like the Google Identity Platform) in OutSystems Reactive Web or Mobile apps.
Transitioning to a low code environment
“To code or not to code, that is the question”. I often wonder what William Shakespeare would create in the modern digital world.
Reactive: The future of Web Applications
With OutSystems Reactive Web, you don’t have to worry about how to adapt your code to each one of the end devices because the platform will do that for you.
Beginning your OutSystems journey
So you suddenly have some free time on your hands, heard about OutSystems, and how it disrupts software development and decided to give it a go?
Mastering the Flow
he enormous success of the OutSystems Platform brought with it the demand for professionals that can master the platform’s application development environment.
Browser’s back button protection @OutSystems
You developed an OutSystems Web Application that needs to navigate to an external URL out of your control, but afterwards the user decides to use the browser’s back button.