|Stable release||GeneXus 15 (September 26, 2016[±])|
|Preview release||Non [±]|
|Written in||C#, C++, Prolog|
|Operating system||Microsoft Windows|
|Available in||English, Japanese, Spanish|
|Type||Application framework, Rapid Application Development, Knowledge-based development tool|
GeneXus is a Cross-Platform, knowledge representation-based, development tool, mainly oriented to enterprise-class applications for Web applications, smart devices and the Microsoft Windows platform. A developer describes an application in a high-level, mostly declarative language, from which native code is generated for multiple environments.
It includes a normalization module, which creates and maintains an optimal database structure based on the user views of the reality described in a declarative (rule-based) language.
The languages for which code can be generated include C#, COBOL, Java including Android and BlackBerry smart devices, Objective-C for Apple mobile devices, RPG, Ruby, Visual Basic, and Visual FoxPro.
GeneXus X Evolution 3, the current version, was released on May 27, 2014.
- Official website
- Portal DevGeX - The developer guide GeneXus
- GeneXus X Evolution 2|
- GeneXus For Mobile Devices
- GeneXus Marketplace
- Community forum
- Product integrated design knowledge model Genexus use in R&D project in China
- Economic analysis of software clusters in Uruguay. Genexus is on p9-11 Technische Universiteit Eindhoven (2007).
- Policy and Security Configuration Management project Genexus is used in R&D project co-funded by the European Community in Austria (2010 - 2012). p61.
- Analysis of Uruguay and Argentina’s Software Industry Development featuring the Genexus case Brause & Kliksberg. MIT Sloan School of Management (2004).
- The Emergence of Successful Export Activities in Uruguay: Four Case Studies Genexus is one of the cases p63-73