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kitsune is a cloud-native application development framework. The framework is optimised for UX developers to build cloud-native web apps, without having to learn any of the cloud components. UX Developers using kitsune, get to focus on the user experience and not worry about architecture, scalability, maintenance or cost.

kitsune runtime runs on the cloud and has zero footprint on the browser. This enables UX developers to also use any existing javascript framework like JQuery, React, Angular, Ember or Meteor etc, on top of the kitsune code! kitsune's programming syntax does not conflict with syntax of any other framework.

If you want to build your next web application, and are thinking cloud-native/serverless - give kitsune a try!

Why Kitsune?

You can focus on what you do best - user experience - without having to worry about learning cloud programming, architecture of your full stack app, scalability, maintenance or cost.

You get access to all the components built by the developer community on top of the kitsune language:

  • k-string - new type of string (aka kitsune string) that has an keyword cloud attached to it. When you add new content to a property with k-string data-type, a machine learning based text summarisation algorithm is triggered to summarise the content into relevant phrases. This is very helpful if you are building a public facing website and you want the content to get automatically optimised for organic search. > eCommerce - define the product description as a k-string. > Blog - define the blog-body as a k-string.

  • csrf tokens - this component enables you to add the CSRF security to your web application. This component uses a private-public key based encryption protocol. > Insurance, Banking, Stock Market, or any high Transactional application

  • reports - this a async service infrastructure which you can control quite easily via few lines of code. When you enable this component, you will be able to configure multiple reports & their respective schedule in the config file. Also you can use kitsune language directly in your report templates - enabling you to build powerful dynamic reports. > eCommerce, Inventory Management, ERP

  • call tracker - if you are building a web application for retail customers, many a times you want to track exactly how many enquiries are being generated online and also monitor the enquiries for quality purposes. Enable this component to automatically convert your phonenumber to a virtual call tracker number. This component is integrated with partners who can provide this service across 200 countries. > Digital Marketing, Retail

  • partial views - this is a widely used component by many kitsune developers. This exactly works like the partial view concept in other frameworks like Angular etc. Enables you to write clean and modular code.

As an organisation you can rely on kitsune because its backed by a large developer community, and also its cloud agnostic.