Copado announced its Winter 21 release, providing end-to-end DevOps value stream management platform for Salesforce.
Exadel announced Appery.io, its low code development platform, now offers new subscription tiers.
The plans - Beginner and Ultimate - aim to broaden the range of users and accessibility of the platform.
Appery.io has also updated its overage policy and added a new default proxy feature.
The Appery.io Beginner Plan is intended for developers looking to build small, lightweight apps. The Ultimate plan, which is the most comprehensive subscription option, is designed for mid-sized enterprise users wanting to develop more robust applications. The Ultimate Plan comes with five hours per month of dedicated professional support service that includes help with coding, custom logic, third party libraries, API integration and debugging. These are in addition to the Pro and Team Plans currently available, which offer more intermediate pricing and support options. The 14-day free trial of Appery.io and the custom-built plan options are still available. New and current users can upgrade or change their subscription level at any time. Basic details of the Beginner and Ultimate Plans include:
1 developer seat
2 apps supported
50,000 API calls
$600/month ($500/month for annual payment)
5 hours a month of dedicated services
10 developer seats
12 apps supported
2.5 million API calls
Eldar Chernitsky, Head of Product at Appery.io, said: “As technology companies begin to shift to more remote work, low code will become key to these organizations’ growth and innovation initiatives. Now with four subscription options available in Appery.io, individual developers and organizations of any size can start taking advantage of low code development at a price point that works for them.”
Additionally, Appery.io now offers up to 20x more platform API calls in its Pro and Team Plans, with more relaxed overage charges:
Pro: 1 million platform API calls per month; $00.00020 per overage call
Team: 2 million platform API calls per month; $00.00020 per overage call
The latest release of Appery.io allows users to connect REST APIs via a default proxy which allows them to integrate REST services more easily.