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If we want to build low code app platform(for web/Mobile) what should be the best tech stack(Microsoft, node js, flutter)

Amit Lohogaonkar Technology Startup

May 4th, 2021

If we want to build low code app platform(for web/Mobile) what should be the best tech stack(Microsoft, node js, flutter)? It will be like outsystems, mendix etc.

Iordanis Tsapanidis Web Engineer, designer, developer, security consultant

May 4th, 2021

Flutter for the apps and laravel for faster results but any will do. I wouldn't go flutter for web because it's still notnotnotnnotnotnotnstill

Jakub Bihun CoFounder & VP, Enginner, Public speaking

May 4th, 2021

Hi, we have been building website creator Bowwe.com for last seven years. Website creator is quite close to app builder so we understand all technical problems regarding that process. Our tech stack:

  • Redis, Cassandra, Spring, java, php, vue.js, node.js, webpack, apache Thrift, Microservices, Slim, Vuex, HTML5, CSS3

So regarding back-end we have few different services in PHP, nodejs, and Java. I don't thing that building all back-end in nodejs is a good idea. But at the beginning to validate business assumption may works.

Caleb Yang Cofounder, Open Source Projects SG, Chemical Engineer, Fullstack Developer, Public Speaker

May 5th, 2021

Microsoft can be done for the UI using Xamarin Forms or Window Forms so that can be a possibility too but the disadvantage is that the developers need to be familiar with the dotnet environment.

ade omomo Cofounder and Tech specialist

Last updated on May 7th, 2021

It's a simple question, but there is no quick or simple answer.

There is no best tech stack. Only tech stacks that are a good fit

There are tech stacks that are a good fit for complex problems

Tech stacks that are good at getting idea verification and validation quickly.

There are tech stacks that suit you or your teams' skillset

There are tech stacks that scale better than others

The list goes on and on.

We can only guess the "best" tech stack with no disrespect to the other contributors because we have no context as to how the tech will be used.

If you can tell about the problem you are trying to solve, you will get better quality answers.

Vince Roche

May 4th, 2021

There is no technical best. (React Native or Quantum should be on the list too) If you can find a willing local resource that will work for equity alone, take them.