What is Linx?

Linx is a flexible and powerful low-code development platform that allows you to integrate systems and automate business processes. With Linx you can create, integrate and automate any custom application, ranging from simple to highly complex, without the need for programming.

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Who uses Linx?

Anyone can use Linx. It doesn’t require any technical expertise. The drag-and-drop designer allows you to focus on the business logic while Linx does all the back-end work. It is most often used by the IT department or a developer (for quick snippets of code), but almost anyone can learn to how to build a […]

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What is a low-code development platform?

Forrester Research defines a low-code development platform as follows: platforms that enable rapid application delivery with a minimum of hand-coding, and quick setup and deployment, for systems of engagement. The inherent value of a low-code development platform is that it brings IT and the business together, enabling more rapid, iterative and collaborative development. Applications can be rapidly […]

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Why does my organisation need a platform like Linx?

If you have ever spent countless hours completing repetitive, time-consuming processes such as file transfers, report generation or data entry you’ll appreciate the benefits of using Linx to automate these processes. Likewise, if you have ever created point-to-point integrations with legacy systems that quickly became messy and expensive to maintain, you’ll appreciate Linx. Linx is […]

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What are the main components in Linx?

Linx is a low-code platform that enables you to: Build rapid prototypes Automate Business Processes Integrate Systems and Databases Build, Connect and Test APIs Create Web Services Linx consists of two separate, but related applications: Linx Designer:  A Windows application to design your solution.This software is free. You can download it here.  Read more Linx Server:  […]

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Do I need my own server to use Linx?

No. You install Linx Server on the hardware of your choice, in your own data centre or in your own cloud account. The Linx Server runs as a Windows Service to host and manage Linx Solutions created in the Designer. It starts the Services you defined in your Linx Solutions, which in turn triggers your […]

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What are the minimum hardware/software requirements?

Desktop: Linx works on Windows 7 SP1 and above. We recommend Windows 10. Server: Linx works on Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 and above. We recommend Windows Server 2016 . Minimum Requirements CPU: Intel i3, Xeon or better Memory: 4GB Browser: IE9 or better (i.e. Chrome, Firefox, etc) OS: Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008 or better .NET: […]

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