GenApp: Extensible Tool for Rapid Generation of Web and Native GUI Applications
journal contributionposted on 27.01.2017 by Alexey Savelyev, Emre Brookes
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GenApp is a universal and extensible tool for rapid deployment of applications. GenApp builds fully functioning science gateways and standalone GUI applications from collections of definition files and libraries of code fragments. Among the main features are the minimal technical expertise requirement for the end user and an open-end design ensuring sustainability of generated applications. Because of the conceptual simplicity of use, GenApp is ideally suited to scientists who are not professional developers, to disseminate their theoretical and experimental expertise as embodied in their code to their communities by rapidly deploying advanced applications.