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Saturday, March 28, 2020

Low-Code Taking Over

 Ultimately this will take over for most coding.

Low Code And No Code: A Looming Trend In Mobile App Development   By Nitin Nimbalkar -

Today’s businesses are implementing enriching their operations with capabilities little by little on a variety of different products. But the trend is clear before you know it, the distinction between tools that are powerful enough for professional development teams and to be simple enough for citizen developers.

At this point, Low-Code and No-Code will merge into a single market segment for both enterprise-class and user-friendly developers at the same time.

Before heading, let’s identify the distinct functions of low code and no code in app development, by bifurcating them.

Difference between low code and no code development
• Low Code: Low code is a development move that automates time-consuming manual processes, without manual coding, using a visual IDE environment, which is automation that connects to backends, and application management system.

• No code: In the same way as low-code platforms, no code platform uses a visual application system that allows users to create applications without coding. Usually this includes drag and drop functions. An example of this is Salesforce CRM, which enables people with coding skills to code, and those who don’t have those skills can build simple apps without using the system.

Further, as the need for low code and no code is surging due to increased requirement, trends depict how the picture of coding might get changed.   ... " 

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