VANCOUVER, BC and SAN CARLOS, CA / (OTCQB: FOGCF; CSE: FOG; FRA: MUU3) FogChain Corp. (“FogChain” or the “Company”) is excited to announce it has completed work on an initial release of Trident, a unified cross-platform application development, testing and monitoring services platform. Trident’s Build-Once-Deploy-Everywhere software architecture provides developers with a suite of tools to build, test, and monitor new applications using a single code-base while being natively deployed across desktop, tablet, and mobile devices. It will feature the ability to deploy virtual testing labs across a variety of web browsers and all major operating systems. The containerized approach allows companies to scale their development, testing, and monitoring processes with minimal effort and significant cost savings.
Trident seamlessly integrates three of FogChain’s premium products into a modern, easy-to-use UI. Once released, this platform will allow users to develop, test, and monitor their applications, all from the same secure environment.
Develop with RadJav:
The RadJav platform provides rapid application development tools and resources to build and launch applications across all devices, from PCs to tablets and smartphones, as well as operating systems such as Linux, Windows, macOS, and iOS – all using the same code. RadJav’s unique development suite saves time, reduces cost and unifies the entire development process at commercial scale for developers, small businesses and enterprises alike.
Test with TCM:
Test Case Manager (“TCM”) is a patented automated testing product that allows organizations to accomplish substantial cost savings and improved time to market by automating their test cases. Developers can use the sleek, web-based UI to create test cases using keywords, and maintain application elements within a central object repository. TCM effortlessly organizes test suites and execution settings, allowing them to run on third-party platforms that include AWS Device Farm, Sauce Labs, Browser Stack, and several others. This program also features a simplified configuration and development for automation engineers that want to leverage their coding skills, all within virtualized containers. TCM is a true Continuous Improvement/Continuous Development (“CI/CD”) tool.
Monitor with Synthetic Transactions:
AppMark is our full-featured Synthetic Monitoring service that allows organizations to monitor the performance of their applications in a new and efficient way. Users can get daily benchmarked performance reports, set timers, as well as receive email notifications when there is an issue with their product. By receiving timely notification and having up-to-date data, fixes can be implemented quickly to minimize customer impact.
FogChain Lead Software Engineer, Michael Siek, commented, “Trident allows a user to operate in a cloud or local platform, which will allow them to scale their QA department with ease and will be secure whether they are using our cloud server or their own local server. The scalability and end-to-end software development lifecycle capabilities truly make this product unique and we’re really excited to fill that hole in the market.”
FORWARD LOOKING STATEMENTS
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Source: FogChain Corp. (CSE:FOG, OTCQB:FOGCF, FWB:MUU3)