I’m excited to announce HCL Volt MX v9.2, our professional low-code platform for mobile and multiexperience app development on both the cloud and on-premises. Since we premiered Volt MX at our Digital Week event last November, we’ve been hard at work to improve it, built new resources for our developer community, and have been actively working with analyst firms, Gartner and Forrester.
Whether you’re new to Volt MX or an existing customer, you’re invited to join our webinar on September 9 to learn more. You’ll get to see Volt MX in action with demos of several new features and we will be there to answer your questions.
HCL Volt MX is available to customers starting today!
HCL Volt MX 9.2 is ready to enable your organization to create game-changing apps, unlock the power of any device, and increase your team’s velocity across the software delivery lifecycle. In this release, we are providing exciting new features such as:
Beautiful apps that drive your digital business
- Native and web frameworks enhancements, including 5G network API support
- Support for any third-party web widgets/component in Iris
- Embed vector animations built using LottieAnimator
- New AppleSignIn widget
Multiexperiences that you build once, deploy everywhere
- Alerts on Apple Watches using Haptic feedback
- Enhanced augmented reality capabilities (e.g., real-time image recognition)
A complete solution to get more done
- Event-triggered Workflow services
- RedHat PAM integration for externalized business rules
If you’re new to Volt MX and you want to learn how your organization deliver mobile and Multi-Experience apps fast and at scale, you can schedule a demo today! Stay tuned for our brand new free trial experience and a marketplace with sample apps, user widgets, and custom integrations next month.
Recognition by analysts and the media
HCL has brought significant investment, innovation, and leadership to Volt MX and we have established ourselves in the low-code and MXDP markets. I’m proud to share that with our strong product vision and strategy, we’ve recently earned stellar spots in the Forrester Wave (Low-Code Development Platforms for Professional Developers, Q2 2021) and Gartner Magic Quadrant (Multiexperience Development Platforms) — both for the first time.
New resources for the Volt MX community
We have created all-new resources such as education courses and easy-to-use documentation so our customers have everything they need to innovate and build apps on the Volt MX platform quickly.
- Documentation and tutorials: Documentation is now made available in a public Github. Enhance our documentation by opening issues, providing sample codes, or creating pull requests
- Training courses: All technical education and training content are now available on the HCL Software Academy for Digital Solutions
- Forum: Help build our new Volt MX community! Use this forum to ask questions and share information
- Ideas portal: Have an idea on how to improve the product or want to see new features? Submit them to our Ideas Portal
We are all very excited about Volt MX and we hope you are too!
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