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Low-code Development Platform
A low-code development platform (LCDP) is software that provides a development environment used to create application software through graphical user interfaces and configuration instead of traditional hand-coded computer programming. A low-code model enables developers of varied experience levels to create applications using a visual user interface in combination with model-driven logic. Such platforms may produce entirely operational applications, or require additional coding for specific
The pros and cons of no code for software development
In an age where the demand for software far exceeds the supply of coders, no code development tools are helping an increasing number of organisations escape the software developer skills shortage. Forrester predicts that the no code development platform market will grow from $3.8 billion in 2017 to $21.2 billion by 2022. Google recently acquired AppSheet, bringing no code development to the Google cloud in a movement that continues to prove the potential of no code as a mainstream software deve
No-code Development Platform
No-code development platform (NCDPs) allows programmers and non-programmers to create application software through graphical user interfaces and configuration instead of traditional computer programming. No-code development platforms are closely related to low-code development platforms as both are designed to expedite the application development process. These platforms have both increased in popularity as companies deal with the parallel trends of an increasingly mobile workforce and a lim
So THAT’S Why No-Code Development Is Getting So Much Attention
If you’re in charge of IT for an organization, you know how many requests come to your department. Whether it’s a new implementation or fixing errors in existing applications, there’s bound to be a lot of backlogs that take weeks or months to finish. And by the time you finish those, more requests are already in the queue. It’s a never-ending, vicious cycle. But there’s got to be a way to break that cycle. There’s got to be a way that you and your department can get a handle on all of these re
What is no code and why should you care?
You probably don't know how to write code. In the 1970s, that meant you couldn't use a computer because early devices didn't really do anything unless you manually typed out commands. That's not true anymore—you don't need to know how to write code to scroll through Instagram. This is what allowed computers to go from an obscure hobby to a part of everyday life. Most people would never have bothered to learn to use computers if they had to learn a programming language. It probably sounds so obv