Kony Quantum

Build full, native mobile apps with low code

Kony Quantum combines the ease of use & speed of low-code application development with the power of the leading enterprise-grade digital experience development platform. Kony Quantum enables businesses to build mission-critical web and mobile solutions.
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Hi everyone! ๐Ÿ‘‹As well as being a maker of other humble products, I'm a digital architect @ Kony and firstly let me just say, we're really excited to finally be here on ProductHunt! Given the no-code maker fest that's in full swing at the moment, we thought this would be the perfect time to introduce you to our own new no/low-code product, Quantum! ๐ŸŽ‰๐Ÿฅณ๐ŸŽ‰ So If you have any questions, ranging from how the technology works, how to quickly get started at building a native, drag and drop, cross-platform (wearables โŒš, desktop ๐Ÿ–ฅ๏ธ, PWA ๐ŸŒ, mobile๐Ÿ“ฑ... we've got it all) prototype right through to building a more full-featured application, please don't hesitate to ask! I'm fairly confident you'll be pleasantly surprised by how easy and powerful this thing is!
If you're looking for a platform that gives you the flexibility to build a simple application for your employees or a more complex application for your customers, Kony Quantum provides that unified platform for rapid development with the highest levels of UX, security, performance, and back-end integration. You get the best of both worlds! Check it out: https://www.kony.com/quantum/
Is this like that warlord but more powerful
@dakota_felder Hey Dakota, i've actually never heard of Warlord! Would you be able to share a link to it and i'll give you a blow by blow of how we stack up?
Based on the pricing model, this appears to be a very different focus than a tool like Supernova, Thunkable, or Bubble. Would you say this primarily targeted at building internal apps to be used by a handful of company users? Or is it possible for an independent maker like myself to build a mobile app that can be used by thousands of people who find it on the app store?
@betterproductco Hey Andrew, YES absolutely. I'm currently porting my other project, Broadcast (social podcast platform) over to Kony via the starter edition so I can go cross platform quickly with a single codebase. The pricing you're talking about comes from our Middleware platform, Fabric, which is great for surfacing and unearthing enterprise infrastructure but isnt needed to for indie development. You can just call a API or service directly. At the end of the day, its standard SaaS, i.e indie devs go free :)
Take a look at the "Events App" developed using Kony. It's a PWA app that provides end users an option to browse through and register for upcoming events: https://www.producthunt.com/post...