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Mendix is recognized as a leader in two Gartner Magic Quadrants and two Forrester Waves, and selected by both IBM and SAP as the standard for high-productivity development for their respective clouds. It is used by 3,400 organizations worldwide, across dozens of verticals. Mendix was acquired by Siemens August 2018.
- Supported: Open Platform Model API and Platform SDK
- Supported: Offline Mobile Support for Any Device
- Supported: Responsive UI Framework
- Supported: Agile Project Management
- Supported: Visual Application Development
- Supported: App Store
- Supported: Quality Assurance
|Small Businesses (1-50 employees)||0%|
|Mid-Size Companies (51-500 employees)||40%|
|Enterprises (more than 500 employees)||60%|
|Deployment Types||On-premise, SaaS|
|Mobile Application||Apple iOS, Android, Mobile Web|
In the same vain I believe Mendix to be less appropriate for organizations that lack the above vision.
When application performance (high traffic and/or low latency) becomes very important, consider custom development or apply other services to handle the load, for instance, other AWS services.
- Continuous improvement/development
- Short time to market
- Multi-platform (desktop - mobile)
- When scope is not completely clear yet
- High volume data apps
- Rebuild existing packaged software
Mendix is less suited for large, static trajectories for which there are already available products (WMS systems, CMS systems etc.)
1) Scale of application is small,
2) The time to deliver is less, like you need to build application rapidly.
3) You want to build applications for multiple environments like desktop, mobile and tablets; Mendix works very well in such cases, as using Mendix you can build applications for multiple environments simultaneously.
Mendix is less appropriate when:
1) You have more time and less money, in such cases you can use freely available technology to build application.
2) You need more flexibility in code, like if you want to modify each and every element of code.
Very effective for getting apps to market very quickly but also for relatively complex enterprise-grade software using one developer.
Easy to explain to both IT and business users.
Very appropriate for bi-modal work.
It's not magic, it still takes proper analysis, training, and support.
Great for some mobile applications, still lacking in some areas such as offline support.