Linx Low-Code Development

by Twenty57

4.5 / 5 16 reviews
Linx Low-Code Development

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Who Uses This Software?

Devops, Developers, Database Administrators, IT Managers, IT Support, Citizen Developer, Technically-minded business unit owners

Average Ratings

16 reviews
  • Overall 4.5 / 5
  • Ease of Use 4.5 / 5
  • Customer Service 5 / 5
  • Features 4.5 / 5
  • Value for Money 4.5 / 5

Product Details

  • Starting Price $149/month
  • Free Version Yes
  • Free Trial Yes
  • Deployment Cloud, SaaS, Web
    Installed - Windows
  • Training Live Online
  • Support Business Hours

Vendor Details

  • Twenty57
  • Founded 2001

About Linx Low-Code Development

A low-code development tool for IT pros and business analysts to develop rich business process-focused applications with technically complex tasks and multiple steps, all without programming.

Reliable and scalable, Linx is the perfect tool for end-to-end process modeling, execution, testing and integration, drastically reducing development time and eliminating business-critical repetitive tasks.

Linx Low-Code Development Features

  • API Design
  • API Lifecycle Management
  • Access Control
  • Analytics
  • Dashboard
  • Developer Portal
  • Testing Management
  • Threat Protection
  • Traffic Control
  • Version Control
  • Change Management
  • Collaboration
  • Design Templates
  • Drag & Drop
  • Feature Library
  • Prototyping
  • Testing Management
  • Visual Interface
  • Access Controls/Permissions
  • Code Refactoring
  • Code-free Development
  • Collaboration Tools
  • Compatibility Testing
  • Data Modeling
  • Debugging
  • Deployment Management
  • Mobile Development
  • Reporting/Analytics
  • Software Development
  • Source Control
  • Web App Development
  • Business Rules Management
  • Collaboration
  • Data Mapping
  • Lifecycle Management
  • Process Analysis
  • Process Capture
  • Process Change Tracking
  • Process Mapping
  • Process Modeling & Design
  • Process Simulation
  • Backup and Recovery
  • Data Migration
  • Data Replication
  • Data Security
  • Database Conversion
  • Mobile Access
  • Performance Analysis
  • Queries
  • Relational
  • Virtualization
  • Data Analysis
  • Data Filtering
  • Data Quality Control
  • Job Scheduling
  • Match & Merge
  • Metadata Management
  • Non-Relational Transformations
  • Version Control
  • Dashboard
  • ETL - Extract / Transfer / Load
  • Metadata Management
  • Multiple Data Sources
  • Web Services

Linx Low-Code Development Most Helpful Reviews

Flexible systems integration toolkit

Translate with Google Reviewed on 5/18/2017
Paul B.
Financial Services, 13-50 Employees
Used the Software for: 2+ years
Reviewer Source 
3 / 5
Ease of Use
5 / 5
Features & Functionality
5 / 5
Customer Support
5 / 5
Value for Money
Likelihood to Recommend:
Not Likely Extremely Likely

Comments: Automated systems integration

Pros: As a consulting firm helping our clients solve complex systems integration challenges we have found Linx to be an excellent toolkit that includes an environment that supports the development of the collecting of data from multiple source types, transforming that data as required using multiple techniques, then delivering the results to multiple target systems. It also thereafter supports the continuous automated processing of the results of the development work as an unattended server service. As a result we have solved many different systems integration challenges including as our clients needs have evolved.

Cons: The Help functionality in version 4 is limited, making the toolkit less of a self sufficient solution that it might otherwise be. However the level of support means this is not a practical problem, which in any case is due to be addressed in version 5.

Is Linx for you?

Translate with Google Reviewed on 1/18/2019
Christopher E.
Independent Business Owner
Computer Software, 2-10 Employees
Used the Software for: Free Trial
Reviewer Source 
2 / 5
Ease of Use
2 / 5
Features & Functionality
Customer Support
Value for Money
Likelihood to Recommend:
Not Likely Extremely Likely

Comments: Overall, Linx's current model is lacking in too many areas which are important to developers who need to deploy applications quickly across multiple platforms. Linx Server should not have a place in the build/deployment stage. This alone limits my available options for building/deploying where I want to for the most efficiency. I shouldn't have to change my approach to developing application to ensure that Linx fits squarely.

Pros: My initial assessment is unbiased, the application is easy to deploy. The Linx IDE and Linx Server both maintained a very reasonable memory footprint. I didn't have any lag during build or deployment phases.

Cons: My primary concern is dependency issues that involve deploying to Linx Server. My secondary issue is the lack of importing other projects files from other popular ide's. Not having direct Visual Studio support in regard to syncing projects is a major affair. The Linx "bundle" (ide, and server) just doesn't extend the type of functionality need for today's developer. If the deployment model is changed to include other platforms, Linx could justify itself as a potential major player. As a developer, we know beyond question that build/deployment platforms are a matter of taste or technique. That being said, this requires a great deal of flexibility when we decide to utilize a particular tool for software engineering. Linx does have a rapid build model in place that is competitive. However, do not neglect the need for sound logical principles during getting/setting datatypes. The Linx is not so "out-of-the-box" in the foregoing, very little is done by Linx behind the scenes to either generate common sql scripting from scratch or a template (which are non-existent). From my experience, true rapid application development must have drag-and-drop features. A designer view is required to implement this feature. Unfortunately, Linx fails here also.

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