Stop writing code and develop simple or complex applications in a matter of moments by combining ready-to-use components.
A visual programming language (VPL) is a programming language that allows users to create programs by manipulating graphical elements rather than writing code. Depending on the level of expertise, such an approach allows novices to develop more easily and quickly than with traditional code, and more experienced users to become more productive.
Hackeet is a VPL based on the idea of "boxes and arrows", where boxes represent actions to be performed (sending an email or an SMS, reading or writing to a database, initiating Stripe payments), linked by arrows that define the order in which the actions are performed and carry information from one action to another.
With Hackeet, developing an application is no more difficult than assembling Lego bricks, allowing you to create programs to process your most complex data or automation in record time.