5 out of 5.0, Reviewed Aug 24, 2016
Their willingness to work with us during definition and implementation
This is a tool and a framework. It helps in rapidly building and deploying applications. It is also fairly powerful so it would help customers to plan out the overall application roadmap so that they can best make use of the capabilities
The speed at which we can develop applications
Error logs being a little obscure
I was happy with them
We will invest more time in planning and also in creating some standards for using along with Wavamaker
They were very helpful during the entire process and happy to help us as we built the applications on the platform. Also architects were willing to come on calls to explain the product. The responsiveness was very helpful
5 out of 5.0, Reviewed Jun 30, 2016
There were quite a few aspects about the company and the experience that stood out. Customer Support - They are very responsive to my needs and are able to provide resolution to my satisfaction. Excellent Product - Their product is very easy to use and very intuitive. They have great themes and UI. Price - Great feature ROI.
Please give them a try.
Ability to create an app with knowing only SQL.
Training videos can be a bit slower.
5 out of 5.0, Reviewed Jun 17, 2016
Even though the initial v8 release was a bit buggy, the WM team quickly addressed every issue I discovered in a very timely fashion. With 8.1.2 the platform has stabilized and matured. I believe in not only the WM product but more importantly, the team behind the tool.
Time to market with new POC and applications has been dramatically reduced. The WM development team is willing to listen to new ideas on how to improve the product and experience.
Nothing comes to mind. My overall experience once the platform stabilized has been great!
Included more training materials including videos and tutorial downloads for the latest release of WM.
Nothing really. I vetted several web development platforms. I worked with each potential vendor to ensure I understood how to navigate the IDE and develop the type of software we need for our customers.
As with any new major rewrite, the platform needs support additional "widgets" and "prefabs" out of the box. From my understanding, the WM development team is in process of adding many new examples.