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What is low-code?
Low-code development is a way to build software applications faster by reducing the need to write code. With a low-code application development platform, you can use visual development tools—such as drag-and-drop modelers and point-and-click interface creation—to enable the rapid creation, deployment, and maintenance of powerful business apps.
Is low-code the future?
Low-code programming is expected to have a dominant position in the future of business application development. Gartner predicts that more than 65% of all business apps will be built using low-code by 2024.
What are low-code applications?
Low-code applications are built using a visual development environment with tools like drag-and-drop modelers, smart services, components, and pre-built connectors. They reduce the need to write code, and significantly increase the speed at which applications can be built and deployed.
How to learn low-code?
Because low-code assumes no coding experience, almost anyone can learn to use a low-code platform. Capabilities like component drag and drop, guided process modeling, and user interface templates help users visualize and build applications.
What is low-code automation?
Low-code automation unifies the most important capabilities to automate workflows across the organization, including:
When to use a low-code platform?
Low-code app development allows development teams and business users to build more applications (of any complexity level) in less time than traditional coding. With a visual development environment, low-code applications can be drawn and configured instead of coded to exponentially speed development and maintenance. Low-code application development platforms help organizations become more agile and quickly meet enterprise business needs such as workflow automation, streamlined business operations, better customer journeys, and compliance with policies and regulations.
Will low-code replace developers?
No. Low-code app development drives higher productivity for developers, allowing them to deliver more, faster, and with less effort.
Low-code and DevOps?
Enterprise-grade low-code application development platforms provide capabilities to accelerate application delivery by reducing workloads and bringing more automation, control, and security into the process.
Low-code vs traditional development?
Unlike traditional development, low-code app development takes advantage of visual development tools—like drag-and-drop modelers, smart services, components, and pre-built connectors—to enable the rapid creation, launch, use, and maintenance of powerful business applications.
Low-Code or No-code?
"‘No-code’ is a marketing term, implying the tool is for non-professional developers,” writes Gartner in the recent research article: Quick Answer: What Is the Difference Between No-Code and Low-Code Development Tools. Fundamentally there is really no such thing as ‘no-code.’ There is always code and software running somewhere, just hidden.
Even though it’s only been around a short time, low-code development has evolved as a faster way to build and deploy cutting-edge business apps.
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