Forti is an integrator and developer network for web development, with an emphasis on web frameworks.
This is the first time the Forti team has announced a project, with the aim of bringing together a wide range of developers.
Forti co-founder and Chief Technology Officer, Andrew J. Furlong, says that it is an important initiative, but the team is also looking for a broader audience of developers for the network.
“We’re building an infrastructure that allows developers to collaborate and collaborate, with ease, in a way that we never have before,” he says.
“The whole point of Forti was to allow developers to build and collaborate across different platforms, in the same way they do in the real world.
We use C++11 and the latest ES6, so I think we can really bring our community together in the open and be able to work with the community on the platform of choice. “
But what I’ve found with the Forties SDK, is that the tools that we have are really good at working with different platforms.
With the Fortises SDK, the team has also taken advantage of the new open standards such as WebKit, Blink and the HTML5 standard, which is also the focus of the Forto SDK. “
When you’re building a platform that is a little bit more specific, we can work with other platforms as well.”
With the Fortises SDK, the team has also taken advantage of the new open standards such as WebKit, Blink and the HTML5 standard, which is also the focus of the Forto SDK.
Foul-mouthed developers are not the only ones who have a hard time finding a developer network.
The Forti website offers two ways for developers to connect: one for free, which includes a simple tutorial, and one for $25.
“You don’t need to pay for anything, and the cost is free,” says Furlongs.
“This way, we’re going to keep our focus on the development of the project, and we’re really happy to bring all of the best people from the Fortifish community.”
“The first Fortis project was a web app, which was great for a beginner,” adds Jérémie Ziegler, Forti’s Chief Engineer.
“Now we have the Fortio SDK, which has been really good for the developers, and they’re also able to collaborate in a much easier way, which I think is really good.”
“We can connect people to other developers who are really interested in the platform they’re building for,” Furlingsays.
“In the past we’ve seen a lot of people saying that Forti has no purpose and that it’s just for the people who already have a big web application, but this is a great way to start a new business.”
The team is hoping to get a wider range of users onboard to help the network grow.
The project is still in its early days, but has already received funding from several foundations and foundations have been providing their members with free Forti hardware to help them build their networks.
“At the moment we are only focusing on the Fortify platform, but there are lots of other options,” Frelongsays.
As for what kind of users the network can attract, the project is working on adding new features such as real-time analytics and a tool to automatically identify any bugs and glitches.
But with all of these new features, Fortis has a lot to learn.
“Forti is just a small step for the community to reach a lot more,” Furdersays.