- Its graphic interface, which allows you to develop rapidly and in a structured way.
- The fact that it is an all-in-one solution, producing a system that is ready to run immediately
This question is not entirely relevant for us, since our organization develops Mendix systems for clients.
I cannot think of any immediate issues. Mendix has an active community, providing requests, advice and add-ons. Each new Mendix version incorporates suggestions from this community. I believe this is why it meets the needs of most users very well.
We've been using it for two and a half years.
We had no issues wit the deployment.
When a mainframe system with a very large database and batch process was rebuilt in Mendix, we came across performance issues.
We had no issues scaling for the needs of our customers.
It's good.Technical Support:
I haven't used any solution that's similar.
It's very straightforward. I used to be a mainframe tester and was able to start developing in Mendix in a short period of time.
The applications can run in the Mendix cloud, making implementation very easy: Mendix provides an easy to use interface.
They can also run on premise, implementation will then be dependent on the client's application environment.
As a developer I have very little knowledge of this.
You should try it. You can set up a new project for free in a very short time.