Quant makes prototyping blockchain apps effortless with OutSystems Forge availability.
Today we have made our enterprise-grade technology, Overledger, available on application builder marketplace OutSystems Forge. The move underpins our commitment to making blockchain technology simple to implement, by enabling developers – whether working for financial institutions, large enterprises, SMEs or start-ups – to prototype their Overledger apps quickly and easily.
Overledger is the first blockchain technology provider to launch on OutSystems Forge – a repository of open code modules, UI components, and business solutions that is well-known amongst developers for accelerating application delivery time.
Application developers face significant hurdles when building blockchain projects. This is because most developers tend to specialise in only one blockchain coding language or architecture, whilst there are dozens of blockchains (Ethereum, Ripple, Polygon etc) in usage. Our technology is chain-agnostic and its core focus is interoperability, both between different blockchains and between blockchains and legacy systems.
With the integration of the Overledger no-code plugin into OutSystems Forge, developers can effortlessly incorporate blockchain functionality into their projects. The module enables users to “drag and drop” the plugin into applications, making blockchain development a seamless and user-friendly experience.
From now on, building blockchain applications will be child’s play.
The API module is ideal for low-tech app development for companies and developers piloting ideas and testing applications, building demos on testnets, and connecting existing systems to blockchain data without having blockchain expertise.
The OverledgerAPIs module will deliver easy-to-integrate interoperable blockchain functionality, including:
- Built-in authentication
- Configurable environment variables
- Ready-to-go API
- Simple transaction signing process
With blockchain interoperability out of the box, anyone can go from idea to application in just a few hours.
Go to OutSystems Forge and navigate to this page, where you will find instructions on how to add the plug-in and Overledger functionality to your application.