Alpha Anywhere SaaS Development Framework Featured In Programmable Web

Hot on the heels of our announcement last week, ProgrammableWeb just published a story covering Alpha Anywhere’s new SaaS Development Framework. The Alpha Anywhere SaaS app development framework automatically adds all the necessary components to transform an app created in Alpha Anywhere into a commercial SaaS application.

As interest in entrepreneurship reaches an all-time high, businesses and entrepreneurs are turning to SaaS to achieve many benefits such as low overhead costs and scalability. But building a successful SaaS application can be a complex task involving many different layers. The software must be easy to use and functional on multiple platforms such as desktops and mobile, performance requires well-written code and a well-designed database, and security is paramount.

Alpha Software has addressed these challenges with the customizable SaaS Framework, which provides all the necessary pages and components that are standard with most SaaS businesses apps, such as user authentication, free trial status and client portals. The SaaS Framework is suitable for all the product stages, from prototype to full product. It also provides valuable components required for scalable database design and multi tenancy applications. Native Alpha Anywhere user security is incorporated into the SaaS Framework to create a secure and flexible security model.

From ProgrammableWeb:

SaaS Development Framework

As part of an effort to make it simpler for developers to test the viability of a software-as-a-service (SaaS) application, Alpha Software has made available a framework that provides all the standard pages and mechanisms associated with building such applications.

Built using the Alpha Anywhere HTML5 development environment, the SaaS Framework can be used to create desktop or mobile applications that have online and offline capabilities. In addition, the SaaS Framework provides access to the same security model that Alpha Software incorporated in to Alpha Anywhere.

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