Mobile app developers are often faced with the challenge of developing a mobile app with top-notch features and functionalities but without the budget that would normally be needed to have a team of developers and designers to do the job. In the past, app developers had to rely on limiting their ideas and creativity because they couldn't afford to spend hours on the app.
Recently, Atlassian introduced Forge, a serverless app development platform that can be used to build and deploy mobile apps with no infrastructure setup or maintenance. With Forge, developers can quickly create mobile apps without the need for a dedicated team of developers and designers.
The Forge mobile app development platform provides a set of templates and a drag-and-drop interface to make development and deployment of mobile apps quick and easy. With Forge, developers are able to collaborate on apps with team members and create apps that are scalable, secure, and compliant. Forge is available for Windows, macOS, and Linux.
Atlassian, the maker of the widely used JIRA issue tracker and Confluence wiki, has unveiled Forge, its first serverless app development platform.
The new product is aimed at programmers who want to build and deploy apps without managing server infrastructure.The Forge platform provides pre-built templates and libraries for building apps that can be deployed to any cloud.
Forge can be integrated with other Atlassian products, such as JIRA and Confluence, to provide a single dashboard for developers.Developers can also connect Forge to third-party services that offer authentication, analytics, and storage.
Users can also build their own templates and libraries to share with other developers. Atlassian also plans to release a graphical designer for designing user interfaces. The company unveiled both the new product and its name on Wednesday in San Francisco. The Atlassian Forge platform is a new serverless app development platform aimed at programmers who want to build and deploy apps without managing server infrastructure.