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Sunday, February 14, 2021

A Updated Look at No-Code/Lo-Code

 A long time interest of mine:  How do we make complex things with much less code ... with no code if possible?   More productive.   Making it more secure as well.    Also includes much automated coding.  Here an update of the space:  Its coming fast:

No-code/low-code: Why you should be paying attention

Setrag Khoshafian, Khosh Consulting  in VentureBeat,  February 14, 2021 6:20 AM

We’ve all been hearing the hype lately about low-code and no-code platforms. The promise of no-code platforms is that they’ll make software development just as easy as using Word or PowerPoint so that the average business user can move projects forward without the extra cost (in money and time) of an engineering team. Unlike no-code platforms, low-code platforms still require coding skills but promise to accelerate software development by letting developers work with pre-written code components.

According to Gartner, 65% of application development will be low code by 2024.

I was involved in an early comparative productivity benchmark test between traditional development (using Java) and a model-driven low-code/no-code development project back in 2017. The results were impressive: 5X to 7X productivity improvement with low-code/no-code development. A survey by No-Code Census in 2020 showed a 4.6X productivity gain over traditional programming.... '

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