About Servoy


Servoy is a cross-platform application made for deployment and development of apps that run on all Java compatible servers. The software is used to design, debug, test and develop applications. Additionally, the Servoy developer function ensures that nothing goes wrong with any application before it is deployed.

Running on Java RAD, Servoy is based on a Tomcat Server. The basis of its development is to help developers write and deploy hybrid applications from the same source code.

Servoy is capable of helping reduce development time. The platform is SaaS, which makes it capable of filtering out access to the database on tenant UUIDs, without making major adjustments to the configuration. The modular interface allows developers to encapsulate critical functions in Java Plug-ins or gives users the option to build a code out of a set of modules.



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Supported Operating System(s):

Mac OS, Web browser (OS agnostic)

2 Reviews of Servoy

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November 2017

Patrick from Mirus Software AG

Company Size: 11-50 employees

Review Source: Capterra


Ease-of-use

5.0

Value for money

4.0

Customer support

5.0

Functionality

4.0

November 2017

Servoy is an ideal tool for rapidly developing complex business solutions

Pros

- easy to learn, use and teach
- extensible with plugins
- support is wonderful
- one programming language for frontend/backend
- live deployment

Cons

- small community, hard to find solutions to rarer problems
- some default ui beahaviour is harder to customize than to develop on your own (only until servoy 7)

May 2017

Jon from Jonar

Company Size: 11-50 employees

Review Source: Capterra


Ease-of-use

4.0

Value for money

5.0

Customer support

5.0

Functionality

5.0

May 2017

Allowed us to build and get to market a full featured ERP in half the time than expected

Speed and quality of software being built.

Pros

The team that supports it and the full feature set. The ease and speed with which new team members can get up and running and start building code.

Cons

The community is not big or active enough. As a result finding developers that already know the tool can be a challenge.