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Alternatives to Compage

Blazor, Google App Maker, Retool, Microsoft PowerApps, and Stamplay are the most popular alternatives and competitors to Compage.
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What is Compage and what are its top alternatives?

It is a universal auto-code generator that uses reqs-to-code (requirements to code) concept to generate backend code in minutes. Simply provide your inputs, generate your code, and use it as you see fit.
Compage is a tool in the Low Code Platforms category of a tech stack.
Compage is an open source tool with 74 GitHub stars and 14 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Compage's open source repository on GitHub

Top Alternatives to Compage

  • Blazor
    Blazor

    Blazor is a .NET web framework that runs in any browser. You author Blazor apps using C#/Razor and HTML. ...

  • Google App Maker
    Google App Maker

    App Maker lets you develop powerful apps with relative ease. Create a model to manage your data, build a UI in the visual editor, use Apps Script to write some scripts, and you're on your way. ...

  • Retool
    Retool

    Retool is the fast way to build internal tools. Drag-and-drop our building blocks and connect them to your databases and APIs to build your own tools, instantly. Built by developers, for developers. Trusted by startups and Fortune 500s. ...

  • Microsoft PowerApps
    Microsoft PowerApps

    It is a suite of apps, services, connectors and data platform that provides a rapid application development environment to build custom apps for your business needs. Using Power Apps, you can quickly build custom business apps that connect to your business data stored either in the underlying data platform (Common Data Service) or in various online and on-premises data sources (SharePoint, Excel, Office 365, Dynamics 365, SQL Server, and so on). ...

  • Stamplay
    Stamplay

    The API-based development platform enabling developers to do 80% of the job in 1% of the time thanks to: out of the box APIs for users and data, one-click integration with any API, scalable infrastructure and SDKs. Build Rome in a day. ...

  • Appsmith
    Appsmith

    Open source framework to build, deploy and share internal apps. Use UI widgets like tables, charts, forms, maps, and more. Easily connect to DBs like Postgres, Mongo, MySQL++ or REST API/GraphQL and use JS anywhere. ...

  • Budibase
    Budibase

    It is an open source low-code platform, and a faster way to build business apps that empower teams and improve productivity. It supports PostgreSQL, MySQL, MSSQL, MongoDB, Rest API, Docker, and K8s. ...

  • Stacker
    Stacker

    Stacker lets you turn your spreadsheets into applications. You plug in your Airtable or Google Sheets and Stacker automatically generates you app with login, forms and buttons. Stacker includes built in permissions, UI and business logic. ...

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Blazor

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PROS OF BLAZOR
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    Uses C#
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    No need to learn separate language or technology
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    Supports making a single page application
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    Tight integration with .NET project
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    Uses .NET standard library
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    Very little JavaScript required
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    Components
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    Shared classes between client and server
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    No need to compile, bundle and deploy separately
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    Cross Platform
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    Has Server AND Client hosting models
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    Very easy JavaScript interop if required
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    Third party state management i.e. Blazor-State
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    App state can be managed singleton objects
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    Portable Code across Mobile, Web and Desktop
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    Work with Electron/MAUI
CONS OF BLAZOR
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    Hard to inject javascript

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Jose Luis Alvarado Ramirez

The only two programming languages I know are Python and Dart, I fall in love with Dart when I learned about the type safeness, ease of refactoring, and the help of the IDE. I have an idea for an app, a simple app, but I need SEO and server rendering, and I also want it to be available on all platforms. I can't use Flutter or Dart anymore because of that. I have been searching and looks like there is no way to avoid learning HTML and CSS for this. I want to use Supabase as BASS, at the moment I think that I have two options if I want to learn the least amount of things because of my lack of time available:

  1. Quasar Framework: They claim that I can do all the things I need, but I have to use JavaScript, and I am going to have all those bugs with a type-safe programming language avoidable. I guess I can use TypeScript?, but that means learning both, and I am not sure if I will be able to use 100% Typescript. Besides Vue.js, Node.js, etc.

  2. Blazor and .NET: There is MAUI with razor bindings in .Net now, and also a Blazor server. And as far as I can see, the transition from Dart to C# will be easy. I guess that I have to learn some Javascript here and there, but I have to less things I guess, am I wrong? But Blazor is a new technology, Vue is widely used.

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Google App Maker

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          My company wants to make some relatively small, self-contained web apps to go through specific engineering analysis workflows.

          Each app would involve:

          (a) User inputs numbers and tabular data either in a table or from a csv import

          (b) App makes plots of this data

          (c) App performs calculations based on user input and outputs results as either plots or numbers or tabular data

          It seems like there must be zillions of applications where people want these things, so I want a 'low code' approach that already handles a bunch of details so we don't have to. Experience in the past with Angular has involved, in my experience, a lot of low-level coding to 'reinvent the wheel', creating capabilities (like menus to control plotting options like font size) that I'd expect to be very common.

          Specific wants:

          (a) Plotting capabilities with prebuilt convenient plotting controls

          (b) Ability to 'save' and 'load' (as in, you do the analysis and get results and want to save so that you can reopen this save environment with the data and analysis, as if you'd never closed it)

          (c) For specific components, ability to swap out the built-in components with a customized plot/widget.

          For example, with (c), we might have a situation where we do want to make a custom plot or tool, and would like to be able to drop that into the general application

          Question is - does something exist that does what I am describing? What would you recommend? On our list to check out: Microsoft PowerApps , Dash , UI Bakery, Retool , Tibco Spotfire , Outsystems, Zoho, Creatio, or any other suggestions.

          Other considerations:

          (a) How easy are these apps to maintain (i.e., do they frequently make non back compatible, breaking updates, like they do with Angular)

          (b) Need excellent security so I can deploy web apps for large companies

          (c) General ease of use (would like to be efficient with developer time).

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          Mark Weeks
          Group Product Manager at ServiceTitan · | 3 upvotes · 111.2K views

          I'm standing up a web app that needs functionality, including profiles, directory, scheduling, video meeting, and payments.

          I considered Wix, but I'm not sure it will meet these needs. I'm interested in no code / low code tools in order to move quickly but struggling to navigate through all the options. Any advice on how to select no code / low code tools like Webflow, Bubble, stackbit, Retool, BaseDash, Glide , airkit, adalo, stacker, unqork, tiled, airtable, zapier, v.one, candu, bravo studio, amazon honeycode, unstack, dittofi, makerpad, softr, appsheet, etc.?

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          Microsoft PowerApps

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              My company wants to make some relatively small, self-contained web apps to go through specific engineering analysis workflows.

              Each app would involve:

              (a) User inputs numbers and tabular data either in a table or from a csv import

              (b) App makes plots of this data

              (c) App performs calculations based on user input and outputs results as either plots or numbers or tabular data

              It seems like there must be zillions of applications where people want these things, so I want a 'low code' approach that already handles a bunch of details so we don't have to. Experience in the past with Angular has involved, in my experience, a lot of low-level coding to 'reinvent the wheel', creating capabilities (like menus to control plotting options like font size) that I'd expect to be very common.

              Specific wants:

              (a) Plotting capabilities with prebuilt convenient plotting controls

              (b) Ability to 'save' and 'load' (as in, you do the analysis and get results and want to save so that you can reopen this save environment with the data and analysis, as if you'd never closed it)

              (c) For specific components, ability to swap out the built-in components with a customized plot/widget.

              For example, with (c), we might have a situation where we do want to make a custom plot or tool, and would like to be able to drop that into the general application

              Question is - does something exist that does what I am describing? What would you recommend? On our list to check out: Microsoft PowerApps , Dash , UI Bakery, Retool , Tibco Spotfire , Outsystems, Zoho, Creatio, or any other suggestions.

              Other considerations:

              (a) How easy are these apps to maintain (i.e., do they frequently make non back compatible, breaking updates, like they do with Angular)

              (b) Need excellent security so I can deploy web apps for large companies

              (c) General ease of use (would like to be efficient with developer time).

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              Stamplay

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                Easy and fast setup
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                Incredibly easy point 'n' click backend logic
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                Ease of back-end development
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                Low learning curve
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                Amazing app :)
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                Breathtaking ux
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                Elegant
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                Allows devs to focus on what makes their app unique
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                Terrific ifttt feature
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                Great features and easy setup
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                Appsmith

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                Open source framework to build powerful custom internal apps
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                    Budibase

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