Provides tools for building, deploying, or integrating source code into hosted application.
Provides tools for writing code, editing code, syntax, debugging, or utilizing frameworks.
(Based on 11 reviews)
Provides tools for sharing code, tracking progress, and shipping software.
(Based on 10 reviews)
Tests the functionality of a software application. Detects and diagnoses issues in application.
Provides the ability to drag-and-drop elements into the application to customize interface.
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Provides tools for inserting brand logos, colors, quotes, and other proprietary content.
(Based on 6 reviews)
Provides base-level application templates to build atop and customize for specifc users and actions.
Allows the creation ofpage sequences, forms, and libraries for users navigating the application.
Lets developers manage database services. Provides support for different types of databases and integration methods.
Lets users analyze deployment, user, storage, and business metrics.
(Based on 16 reviews)
Provides tools or bots that scale services and data automatically or on demand.
Backup / Recovery
Stores versions of application and data or incrementally backs up data.
Provides scalable cloud storage for different forms of data. Store analytics and records for reporting.
(Based on 14 reviews)
Lets users add data from existing sources when creating the initial application or changing data sources.
Continuously updates data as users or external data sources are edited.
Encrypts or provides some form of firewall to prevent external parties from accessing sensitive data.
Allows users to provision networks, deliver content, balance loads, and manage traffic.
(Based on 9 reviews)
Provides virtual networks and operating systems.
Secures applications, encrypt data, and manage identities.
Releases the application for access on desktop or mobile devices.
Lets users build cross-platform applications or provide specific templates for different device types.
Provides ability to manage application and maintenance from build, throughout the release, and until it's deactivation.