HCL Leap team has invested in several new resources to help you learn and become more productive. Here in this Community you will find access to all of them.
HCL Leap Forum – We expect this forum to become the forum you go to for asking questions. The team is committed to reviewing and responding to whatever you post. So go ahead and create an HCL Leap Forum ID and ask away!
HCL Leap Wiki – Most of the content has been moved over from the FEB DeveloperWorks wiki and has been enhanced. The new format is clearer and provides us with more flexibility to be creative with content presentation.
HCL Leap Sandbox – This is a place where you can work with the latest version of Leap, run prebuilt Leap demos, and download examples and learn how they work. You will need to register the first time you access the Sandbox.
We encourage you to check out the new content. Tell us what you think and what else you would like to see.
2018 is a transition year as we set roots in our new home (HCL) and prepare for growth. The team has been busy growing its technical resources are charting out a new product roadmap. Immediate plans are to address many of the customer requests that have been in the queue in the upcoming releases. This includes making the product easier to use and improving its ability to address the application requirements that many of you have told us about.
At the same time, we are charting a new vision for the product that will guide its growth into an offering which will be able to address a much wider array of use cases. One of the reasons we changed the name to “Leap” was to remove the word “forms”. As users of HCL Leap know - the product is much more than just “forms” and is more appropriately described as a no-code app platform. The new name helps us move away from the “forms” positioning as we extend its functions in new areas.