Introducing Flex Template Language - a serverless real estate development platform

We are proud to announce the launch of Flex Template Language: a real estate website development platform. Open to all real estate companies, web developers and listing management systems. It is a game changer for the real estate industry, in that it provides more control for custom real estate website development, and opens up the platform to all web developers.

Developed over a period of a year by Entegral, the new product is built on the latest AWS cloud technologies and provides a completely new way to build and host real estate websites.

A new way of building custom websites

FlexTL reduces the complexity of building real estate websites by shifting the focus from backend code and integration to focusing on the front-end. It allows for highly fine-tuned responsive front-ends to be developed using the Flex Template Language Framework. It also provides an admin interface which provides online access to website setup functions and even front-end source code.

Use any management system

Listings are received via Sync (Listing Syndication Platform), allowing integration with Base, OMS and any listing system that develops the integration with Sync. It provides real estate organisations and listing management systems owners a way to extend their platforms by offering custom or template real estate websites to their client base.

Serverless hosting

In a first for the real estate industry, serverless real estate websites are now offered as a standard hosting option. Websites are not hosted on a single server, but rather on a range of Amazon AWS cloud services. It provides unmatched durability, availability, and scalability, irrespective of the number of visitors a website receives. It furthermore provides SSL and CDN support as an option.

Learn more about the Flex Template Language platform here:

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