Problem: It’s very hard to have visibility into your dependencies and mitigate software supply chain attacks. Solution: A standardized, machine-readable list of components that make up your software.
Problem: No-code solutions are bad at handling edge cases, but we still want a fast development cycle. Solution: Take the best aspects of no-code, and sprinkle code where needed to address edge cases and complex needs.
Problem: WebGL (JS API for rendering graphics in browsers) is outdated, not performant, and lacks low-level API access. Solution: Use modern graphic APIs built from the ground up with performance in mind.
Problem: Uncovering complex code patterns at scale is hard. Solution: Query codebases semantically (by meaning, not just syntax) at scale.
Problem: Developers easily adopt open-source, but it’s unclear how to monetize an open-sourced solution. Solution: Using an open-source business model and keeping it sustainable while maintaining high developer adoption.