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Introducing the Crudzilla Web Application Builder (CWAB) platform!

Today we introduce the Crudzilla Web Application Builder (CWAB) platform, a different and refreshing approach to web development tooling. We believe web development tools have hit an evolutionary dead-end and it is time to think afresh about what a modern web developer tool should be about. Should it be about clever tricks and an obsession with code manipulation features, or should it be about enabling the shipment of quality software products? We believe it should be about the latter.

Even as existing tools pay lip-service to helping developers build better software, they have often failed to address the most important mission of any tool, which is to boost productivity. When one takes a survey of the landscape for web development tools, it seems the biggest productivity features are still syntax highlighting and code completion, these innovations are almost 20 yrs old.

CWAB is based around simplicity of use and product delivery. If you care about shipping software, be it as an everyday activity at work or as a comprehensive delivery for a client, you'll appreciate what the CWAB platform has to offer.
We hope this is the start of a new and exciting era in web development tooling, enjoy!
Edmond Kemokai, Founder.

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