App Builder Overview

Business Agility through Flexible UI
Build Great User Experience

Trillo App Builder on Cloud

  • Create and deploy applications in the cloud.
  • Visually create components.
  • Design pages as easily as creating a PowerPoint slide.
  • Easily connect pages, similar to creating a PowerPoint animation.
  • Autogenerate or manually upload test data.
  • Integrate with services in your environment at development time.
  • Connect with data sources, introspect schema, generate metadata.
  • Write client-side controller code or serverless functions for back-end logic.
  • Collaborate using your Git repositories.
  • Automatic creation of deployment bundle.
  • Deploy from Git in runtime environment.

Assemble applications by stitching components together.

  • Use the browser-based Trillo App Builder to visually assemble application user interfaces.
  • Use several components available out of the box.
  • Design pages as easily as creating a PowerPoint slide.
  • Easily connect pages, similar to creating a PowerPoint animation.
  • Use existing HTML templates for creating new components.
  • Navigation, routing, state management and other application architecture is automatically inferred and managed for you by Trillo.

Responsive UI.

  • Trillo automatically delivers a responsive UI that works on all devices.
  • Creates Mobile Apps using Apache Cordova.

Enterprise scale UI. High performance and responsive.

  • Use Trillo to build UI of any scale.
  • Trillo declarative framework handles several complex scenarios, yet it produces an open design.
  • The generated metadata is easy to understand and documented.
  • It provides full programmatic control to developers to write code for handling special cases.
  • Trillo UI is flexible and easy to modify based on end-users' feedback. The rapid iteration is very critical for a building a large scale UI since insight into requirements is gradually gained.

Collaborative development.

Improve your business agility with Trillo by enabling product managers, architects, UX designers, and developers to all directly contribute to actual product development.