If you are involved in software application development, IT Solutions, and delivery, you’ve most likely heard of low code no code software application development.
Fundamentally, these platforms provide an iterative, super-fast approach to software delivery that requires little or no coding. The platforms enable screens and logic to be developed quickly and shared, providing valuable feedback to stakeholders very early in the design process.
Low-code platforms require some coding which means that some level of technical knowledge and coding expertise is required. These platforms are primarily used by IT organizations to speed up software application delivery. They provide an advantage over no code platform since they permit software developers to add new functionality, connect to internal systems and external services, extending functionality beyond the capabilities of the platform.