OrangeScape is ideal for building process-oriented business applications. Develop Apps using our Studio and execute through the OrangeScape run-time platform on public cloud, private cloud or even on your own on-premise server.
With OrangeScape, you will start your application development with OrangeScape Studio. The Studio has multiple perspectives to handle the various components of Application Development: Data Model, Business Logic & Rules, Forms / User Interface, Workflow, Integration, Reporting.
Data Model & Rules
to define datamodel and business rules using a spreadsheet like rule definition environment
to define forms/user interface for the model using an easy to use point and click environment
to define the business process for routing the data model from one user to another using a graphical tool
to define automation tasks and integration with external systems using SOAP or REST based webservices
The Studio runs completely on the browser and lets you collaborate with other developers in your team. Studio also provides version control and test environment for your applications.
Once your application is ready, you can use a single-click deploy option to package the application and deploy it on the cloud provider of your choice. The deployed application contains the below mentioned 4 tiers:
runs as AJAX on all major browsers for the end users to access the application
each model is exposed as REST style web service end-point with 5 default invocation methods
Biz. logic Tier
uses our patent pending run engine to run business rules and workflow rules across cloud platforms
is specific to the cloud platform to support NoSQL and SQL storage option as per target cloud platform
You can deploy the application through Studio on any of the major cloud platforms, viz. Google App Engine, Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure.
You can also host the same application without any change in private cloud infrastructure / data center using OrangeScape Enterprise that works with standard databases such as MySQL, Oracle, SQL Server,Ingres and IBM DB2.