Build online Systems

Simple Modelling Techniques

Configure your Interface Forms

Place on Web Pages

Secure access -
and you are live!

You are NOT going to believe what you can do with the XPOR no code platform...

XPOR is designed from the "ground up" to enable the Business Analyst to build secure software systems!

Use your understanding of the Clients business model.

Use Objects and how they associate to each other ... the real world!

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Everything is an Object

This is the best part about XPOR - you can visualise every thing as they are in the real world! "Things" or "Objects".   Everything is an object!

This web page is an object, this whole website is an object, documents are objects and you (your account!) are an object.


Cake is an Object!!

Objects have Properties

Properties describe your Objects. You have a first name, a surname, a gender, date of birth etc.  This website has a Domain, a published status, date, name, language options etc.  Instead of making things complicated, just think of them as they really are!


Cake has properties


Objects Associate to each other

It's all very well having "Objects", but they mean nothing unless they are in context! For example, you are "employed" by your company, you "live" in your house, you "graduated" from your school etc.

 ... and Cake gets eaten by people!


Objects Associate to other Objects.


Forms are windows onto your Objects

Forms allow you to list out objects and any details you might want to include. In the case of Cake (!), you might want to display type of cake, how much / many were consumed, who ate them and what other cakes they ate etc. Forms show parts or all of an object, or a collection of objects that are associated to each other.  Eat some more cake - and the figures update!

We can see who ate what, which cake is most popular, when cake is eaten - all sorts of "knowledge" from a basic model and a few examples.

Eating Cake has Consquences!