A12 is an enterprise low code platform for the development, integration and operation of business applications in complex IT landscapes. The A12 platform enables complex business applications to be developed and used more efficiently and innovatively throughout their entire lifecycle.

Application Portal of the Chambers of Tax Consultants Relies on Cloud Architecture

In order to be fail-safe, easy to maintain and flexibly expandable, the OZG application portal of the chambers of tax consultants relies on a microservice architecture and operation in a Kubernetes cluster. We take a look at the technical implementation of the software.

Testimonial: The introduction of “A12-TMT” significantly improved our test management

Switching to the "A12-TMT" test management system was an important step for our company. After more than a decade of using "Testrail", which no longer met our requirements for agile enterprise software development, we recognised the need for a modern solution.

Every Four Minutes, a Test Case Is Versioned Using A12-TMT

In agile software development, efficient test management is crucial. A12-TMT provides an integrated history and versioning feature for test cases, heavily utilized with a frequency of every four minutes in the past year. This feature is a key support for test managers and project leaders in agile environments.

DevOps: Infrastructure Standardization or You Build It, You Run It?

The DevOps principle of "you build it, you run it" emphasizes the continuous ownership of the development team throughout the application lifecycle. This not only promotes agile responses to problems and accelerates the development process, but also positively influences the mindset of team members. However, complex enterprise software often faces challenges in the real world. Here, we examine two key challenges in implementing "you build it, you run it" in practice and present solutions that mgm has successfully implemented.

Model-driven software development: Visualize differences between model versions and variants in low-code platforms

Analyzing and clearly presenting differences between model versions and variants is critical for effective collaborative model-driven software development. In this article, we show how differences in models and data can be visualized using inline-diff editors on the mgm A12 Enterprise Low-Code Platform. Since the underlying concepts are universal, the approach can also be applied to other low-code platforms.

Software Quality Assurance in the Automotive Industry: A12-TMT as the Key to Success

The automotive industry faces challenges extending beyond vehicle manufacturing. Quality assurance in software development plays a crucial role, not only for consumer safety but also to remain competitive amid technological shifts. In this dynamic environment, selecting the right software for quality assurance is pivotal. A12-TMT serves as a key seamlessly integrating into existing workflows, utilized by numerous companies for intelligent digitization of quality processes.

q.beyond and mgm agree partnership for Low Code Platform A12

IT service provider q.beyond and mgm will cooperate in future in implementing software development projects. The aim is to jointly support medium-sized companies and public-sector organisations in introducing future-proof business applications. Within the A12 partner programme, q.beyond will additionally draw on the platform to develop software for its medium-sized customers.

The Future of Software Testing: Artificial Intelligence Revolutionizes Test Case Creation

In the ever-evolving world of software development, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is rapidly gaining prominence, even in the realm of software testing. A promising advancement is on the horizon that will fundamentally change the way we create test cases. In a new feature currently under development for the A12-TMT Test Management Tool, AI combines various scientific methods to improve the efficiency and accuracy of test case creation.

Transform paper forms into user-friendly digital experiences in six UI/UX steps

The transition from traditional paper forms to user-friendly digital interfaces is in full swing in the course of digitisation. However, this seemingly simple task harbours numerous pitfalls that can be avoided. In this article, we present six UI/UX steps that explain the intricacies of this crucial transition.

The need for a comprehensive testing process for software development

In the complex world of software development, an effective testing process is critical to ensuring the quality and functionality of an application. The responsibility for these testing activities often lies in the hands of testers and software developers, who perform various types of tests to ensure that the software meets the requirements.