Magic xpa Application Platform Overview

Magic xpa Application Platform is the #6 ranked solution in our list of top Application Server tools. It is most often compared to Microsoft .NET Framework: Magic xpa Application Platform vs Microsoft .NET Framework

What is Magic xpa Application Platform?
Magic&nbspxpa Application Platform is a code-free, visual development and deployment environment for the quick creation of enterprise-grade mobile, web and desktop apps. Magic&nbspxpa lets you leverage the same business logic to develop once and deploy across platforms. You can create a portfolio of high performance business apps with a single skill set and minimal resources. By allowing you to develop, maintain and update apps quickly and cost-effectively, Magic supports your digital transformation and enterprise mobility strategies, making it easy for you to give your business a competitive edge.

Magic xpa Application Platform is also known as uniPaaS.

Magic xpa Application Platform Buyer's Guide

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Magic xpa Application Platform Customers
ADD, Cape plc, Adecco, Kuno Kinzoku Industry Co., GE Capital, Dove Tree, CBS Outdoor, Paris-Nord Villepinte Exhibition Center, Allstate Life Insurance Company, Titan Software Systems
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Pricing Advice

What users are saying about Magic xpa Application Platform pricing:
  • "It's not cheap. The licenses are not cheap. Not at all. They cost much money. There are other tools with free licenses but Magic asks for a lot of money."
  • "The cost for developers is high because you have to pay for licenses as well as runtime."

Magic xpa Application Platform Reviews

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Freddy Dewulf
Director at Softica bvba
Real User
Top 10
Feb 14, 2019
Has a lot more features onboard and it gives us the opportunity to do things so that we can easily adapt and maintain our programs

What is our primary use case?

We switched to Magic xpa because in the old fashioned version we were at the end and we had to buy a new SS. In the old fashioned Magic, we didn't have the opportunity to have browser controls, to send or receive emails, communicate with external resources, and so on. With xpa, we have that ability.

Pros and Cons

  • "Magic is rapid, it's a tool which we use to develop, change and maintain our programs. xpa has a lot more features onboard and it gives us the opportunity to do such things so that we can easily adapt and maintain our programs. It gives certain benefits to stay with our customers and the market."
  • "When you have several tasks, you open a screen in a task in developing mode, and you don't see the parent screens. Debugging lacks the effects to solve problems. You have to do it first in a kind of studio. Then you have to be sure that you can do it in Magic because there is almost nothing to debug it. It's practically impossible to debug. You have to be sure before you put your snippets."

What other advice do I have?

I would rate this solution a nine out of ten. A ten is for something that is perfect and nothing is perfect. I would recommend this product but if you want a cheap product, this solution is not that. A lot of programmers must be Java or .NET. and use Magic for creating database-driven applications. Magic has a lot of advantages. We work with database applications and for our use, Magic is a very good product.
CEO at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
Real User
Nov 14, 2019
Mature solution that can be used on any platform and most databases are supported by it automatically

What is our primary use case?

Our primary use is for supporting SUS (Software Update Service) services for IoT (Internet of Things).

Pros and Cons

  • "The speed of development is the quickest for any tool on the market."
  • "The user interface could be improved to be more friendly for developers."

What other advice do I have?

On a scale from one to ten where one is the worst and ten is the best, I would rate Magic xpa as an eight. My advice to others looking at Magic xpa is: I think this is a good tool for making some nice applications independent of the operating system, database, and environment. It is also the quickest development tool on the market. I recommend it but you must be willing to pay for the privilege of using it.