When AWS released Lambda, it was a total revolution and a music to any CTO’s ears. You could finally run code without worrying about the underlying infrastructure. But while Lambda was exciting, it was designed with a specific set of use cases in mind and these use cases all focused on backend services.
So, what’s the solution? One word: Zuilder!
What’s also cool about Zuilder is that the Zuilder environment automatically handles a number of things you are so used to programming. For example, Zuilder handles authentication, audit trails, password policy, reports and dashboards, user management, and permissions, among other things. And when you do build apps, you use wizards to automatically generate code that’s repetitive and boring, like the code you need to display a form and allow the user to create a new record or update or delete an existing one.
Considering Zuilder developer accounts are free, you have no reasons to not sign up.