SDLC | Platform Evaluation Guide
Quickbase Platform Evaluation Guide

Software Development Life Cycle

Quickbase is purpose built for operational agility, allowing both business users and professional developers to quickly develop solutions to respond to constant change.

Integrated Development Environment

Quickbase provides a single web based integrated development environment that encompasses all layers of traditional software. All functionality within Quickbase can be defined using the IDE.

Collaborative Development

Team members can work on a common application, or leverage the composable and sharing capability of Quickbase to build applications modularly. Customers regularly do this and connect the applications through our integration and automation capability Pipelines. Pipelines workflow orchestration is also used to connect different datasets with the same Quickbase realm.

Application Development

Quickbase’s single development environment is designed for high productivity and quick iteration, and supports all developers and teams. It automates away a significant amount of the tedious details for application development.

With a flexible, no-code driven data model and auto-generated UI, Quickbase eliminates the complexity of traditional application development.

Deployment

Quickbase provides a fully managed and automated deployment model. Applications consist of metadata and run within the Quickbase environment, on our infrastructure. They become available immediately upon publishing to those with access, within the constraints of live or sandbox environments. Releasing an application (i.e. updating the metadata) to production does not require integration with CI/CD tools. Some customers have implemented a test realm to serve as a staging area separate from production for their specific verification requirements. This is within the same overall Quickbase environment, separate from their production realm.

Testing & Debugging

Visual debugging is supported through our visual app builder and relationship diagrams. Alongside these capabilities we support “Test as a User or a Role” capabilities which enables app builders to impersonate a specific user or a role and test the end-to-end experiences that the particular role or a user will have. Customers can also use the Sandbox capability to make, test, and publish changes from a dedicated and secure development environment.