The Olympe platform has two core components: DRAW and CODE. DRAW enables your team of experts to design your solution through visual programming and brick assembly. CODE expands on your project by coding new and more advanced features. DRAW has several editors, each intended for users’ specific set of skills so anyone on your team can take part in the creation of your digital solution.
The Olympe platform provides the time to market of low-code with the customization possibilities of code. Click here to read our “Beyond Low-Code” article.
Visual programming: beyond low code
IoT technology helps you generate high volumes of real-time data. It enables you to monitor many things, from machine performance to asset and product transit. Edge computing allows you to process large amounts of data locally rather than on a data center. It eliminates costs and latency periods, reduces internet bandwidth usage, and enables you to run your system remotely.
With the right infrastructure, you can optimize how you process data, make sure it is relevant to your business, and better serves your customers and stakeholders.
Gather your experts on a single platform. UI/UX designers, business innovators and analysts, and coders are working hand in hand for a neat outcome.
DRAW enables your team to build front AND back ends by assembling ready-made bricks; no code needed. Design your screens, build your data models, and draw business logic to bring your ideas to life in no time!
The Olympe platform has a wide range of bricks you can choose from: standard bricks with basic features, community bricks developed by our user community and custom bricks developed by your team.
Go further: build advanced features with CODE
- DRAW and CODE are one to provide a seamless development experience
- CODE is for developers to add substantial value to ambitious projects
- Enrich DRAW creating deep tech bricks with CODE: advanced UI, custom data processing, software integration, hardware integration
The video illustrates how easy it is to build your UI with DRAW. On the left-hand side, you can witness how the web app appears in real-time on a smartphone.
*Application logic and data models are not showcased in this demo. However, they are also done with DRAW or/and CODE to extend DRAW bricks.