What can developer do with Linx
Linx allows users to set up interactions with databases, files, web services, email and other APIs to efficiently perform repetitive tasks and automate backend workflows
Users create solutions in the Linx Designer, a drag-and-drop desktop IDE. Solutions are designed to include server-side business logic, such as data validation, workflow rules, calculations, and more, with unlimited flexibility.
Completed solutions (applications) are deployed to the Linx Server where automated events are executed based on your predetermined triggers.
Some common use cases of Linx are: Integration layer: Consume and host web services, process custom files locally and via FTP, multiple database drivers. Automation: Perform automatic file transfers and imports, directory monitoring, script executions, API updates, batch file processing etc. APIs: Build, extend and host REST & SOAP web services.
Disclaimer: Last updated is 1 year ago. Always refer to https://linx.software for Linx updates.
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