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Accelerate time to market with low-code application development tools.

Quickly create high-performing applications with little or no coding. With our visual drag-and-drop interface, you can easily connect to data sources, design stunning UI components, and add powerful functionality—all without writing a single line of code.

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Capabilities

Kiimkern is engineered to meet the needs of the most demanding workloads—from high-traffic web applications to big data processing. We offer built-in availability, global distribution, and security features to help ensure your applications are always available and perform at their best.

Low-Code

Microservices

DevOps

Containerization

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We seamlessly integrate with a variety of ecosystem partners and platforms to enable greater flexibility and speed to results.

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Frequently asked questions

General Questions

Modern application architecture is a type of architecture that is designed to support the modern software development process. It is based on a set of principles that promote separation of concerns, modularity, and reuse. Modern architectures are typically composed of a set of loosely coupled services that can be deployed, updated, and scaled independently.

There are 3 types of applications: Native, Hybrid, and Web.

  • Native applications are written in the language specific to the operating system they were designed for. For example, a native iOS application is written in Objective C or Swift and a native Android application is written in Java.
  • Hybrid applications are web applications that are packaged as a Native app. They use HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to run on multiple platforms. For example, the same code can be used to generate an iOS app and an Android app.
  • Web applications are written in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript and run in a web browser. They are not packaged as a Native app but can be accessed on multiple devices. For example, a web application can be accessed on a desktop computer, laptop, tablet, or smartphone.

There are 6 types of application architecture: monolithic, microservices, N-tier architecture, and event-driven architecture, and service-oriented architecture.

  • Monolithic applications are built as a single unit. They are typically large and complex, making it difficult to make changes or add new features.
  • Microservices applications are built as a set of small, independent services. Each service is designed to do one thing and can be deployed, updated, and scaled independently.
  • N-tier architecture applications are built as a set of layers, each with its own responsibility. For example, the presentation layer handles the user interface, the business logic layer handles the business rules, and the data access layer handles the database.
  • Event-driven architecture applications are built around events. When an event occurs, it triggers a change in the state of the application. For example, when a user clicks a button, an event is triggered that changes the state of the application.
  • Service-oriented architecture applications are built as a set of services that can be invoked by other services. For example, a service could provide a way to create an account or log in. These services can be invoked by other services, such as the presentation layer, business logic layer, or data access layer.