You can develop applications for both Windows and the Web. The developed software can run both on Windows and on the web without the need for any additional operation.
You can develop multi-language applications. If you want your application to be used by users of another native language, all you have to do is enter the corresponding language equivalents for that language.
You can develop software using multiple database types. If you want, you can import the structure of a database from a previously developed Project (if it is one of the supported databases) and continue developing your Project on that database.
About 2 years ago, I got acquainted with "Project Designer" and had the opportunity to use it for 6 months. At first I thought it would be a disadvantage to pretend to be biased and slow down things and not knowing the code behind. Later, when I learned to apply and begin to develop code in it, I saw how practical it is and conforms to code standards. The summary of the matter is actually; If your team has new people to develop code and wants to produce something fast, "Project Designer" is the software you need exactly. You do not need to set the standards because it has its standards, you do not need to follow the work of the team because you can instantly see and control everything developed. You do not need to develop anything as an infrastructure because it has an infrastructure that has been experienced for years. In short, it's a great way to improve your speed. I would like to mention that I am excited to hear that there are new added features. We delivered a project with a deadline of 1 year with 2 people for a period of 2 months. Think about how it will benefit you.
Before we started to work, we had some concerns, but as we saw in time, stability, performance and Deniz Bey's presence as a member of the project made us very comfortable. We will now write our third project with "Project Designer", even easier than developing a project in architectural MSAccess, and we are at the maximum level of architecture. We need support almost ... We thank him for everything.