Low code: less code, less cost. Less code translates to less development, maintenance, and support. The efficient and flexible Moqui Framework tools dramatically reduce your code size and complexity. The existing business artifacts (data model, services, screens/forms, integrations, etc) mean you have less to build.
How much less code? In one large project over a million lines of code was replaced with less than 100k.
The difficult made easy. Moqui Framework uses many of the best open source Java libraries plus a set of innovative tools for persistence, logic, user interfaces, and integration... all designed to work together OOTB to make your life easier.
Need to build a REST API? Easy. Need to use a REST or other API? Easy.
Need to index database records on the fly for full text search or analytics? Easy.
Need to build an integration with managed message production and consumption? Easy.
Need runtime configuration of authorization for screens, services, entities and even automatic query filtering? Easy.
Existing applications to use or customize. The existing open source applications give you a starting point for your custom or commercial applications. They are not just useful as-is but also provides hundreds of examples of how to build different UI elements and use the generic business artifacts.
Need Saas? No problem. The multi-tenant features in Moqui Framework make it easy to offer your Software as a Service. With provisioning services in Moqui and subscription products in Mantle it is easy to setup an ecommerce and self-service web site for access to your software.
Easy to deploy. Applications built on Moqui Framework can be distributed as a standalone executable archive or a standard WAR file (with runtime configuration and add-ons separate or embedded). This makes it easy to deploy on virtual machines, container based infrastructure, on-premise and in private clouds. For large deployments Moqui supports session replication, distributed caching, and much more to scale up application server pools.
Moqui is free and open source software, released in the public domain.
To firmly establish this and to clarify terms in jurisdictions where public domain status is not recognized, Moqui uses the Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication.
To maintain a high level of quality and provide for long-term sustainable maintenance Moqui is operated using a professionally moderated code base model. This model is based on free-market principles and takes in account the motivations and needs of all parties involved:
No changes go into the official code repository without detailed personal review by one of the moderators. It is common for users of software to want certain things to be different, or new things to be added. Under this model the normal way to get this done is to work with a moderator to either implement the desired changes, or review a patch from the contributor, make revisions as needed, and then commit the changes.
Under this model: