Let’s see how we can develop some tests with Cypress and plan them with Runnerty to check the status of our app or web.
For those who don’t know it, Runnerty, is a “low code” technology that allows to integrate and automate online & offline applications, systems infrastructure and services with third parties in a simple, fast and secure way, creating workflows and offering a new way to develop.
After 1 year of development, we launch to the world a new version of Runnerty, version 3. A year of development is a lot and even more if it is in the hands of our CTO,🧑✈ Carlos Carmona.
We had several lines of development open, we wanted to refactor some features completely, make that code more readable in some points, more modular in others and optimize it, we wanted to bring out new features, but, above all, we wanted to make it more “low code”, easier for us, the developers. …
Runnerty is a “low code” technology that allows to integrate and automate online & offline applications, systems infrastructure and services with third parties in a simple, fast and secure way, creating workflows and offering a new way to develop.
If you want to know a little more about why you should try it, here is this post 👀.
In this article we are going to see some basic concepts of Runnerty, how to create our first project and how to connect with Runnerty Platform.
In this article I am going to explain how it works and why it can helps you.
Every day new technological projects are born, more complex and interconnected with more services and third party applications. Business models that must provide service to more users every day in a constant struggle to improve their value. This means a high cost (time, resources and money) in its development and maintenance.
We are no longer talking about web applications, online sales platforms or mobile applications, we are talking about software ecosystems.
Runnerty is a technology…
Runnerty CEO | Frontend Lead at @CodertyStudio - Organizer of @ngSpain, @AngularAlmeria & @AlmeriaJS!