This guide describes Low-code and No-code technologies as well as application possibilities.
Low-code development is a way for developers to build applications quickly and with minimal manual coding.
No-code platforms are for non-developers who do not know programming languages. There, solution providers have integrated all the functionalities essential for users to create their applications. No-code solutions are similar to popular blogging and web design platforms. They have predefined pages that the user can use to launch the blog in minutes.
The ability to create applications for multiple platforms and at the same time demonstrate working examples to interested parties in a matter of days.
Developers with specific skills are always available, and they reply more quickly. They also no longer have to wait for a long project to complete. It means projects move faster and at a lower cost.
Rapid application development:
Launch day can be an ordeal for developers. If unforeseen circumstances arise, they can undo the changes with one click.
With No-code solutions, you can build an app for hours or minutes. Thus, it takes only a few days from the idea to its implementation.
If you want to implement a change or evolution, you can complete it in a few minutes because everything is happening in real-time and is transparent to users.
Data integration and cross-platform support are already built-in and can be easily customized. So, you have less risk and more time to focus on more critical tasks.
It's usually complicated to find human resources to build software, whether they are contractors or talented developers, and at the same time, this process is expensive. The No-code approach eliminates it and significantly reduces product implementation time.
Companies often use several IT tools, and they should be interconnected. That is why many connectors that can be configured visually and with a few clicks (still without coding) allow you to connect third-party systems to a No-code platform.
As for infrastructure, these platforms can be installed on company servers (on-premise), but mostly they are installed in the cloud (SaaS) to allow better speed and scalability.
No-code and Low-code platforms
However, there are several marked differences between Low-code and No-code platforms. If you are planning to move away from traditional application development, you should be aware of the offerings made by software companies.
At first glance, it's easy to confuse Low-code and No-code. For most of us, they mean the same thing.
What sort of beasts are Low-code & No-code?
No-code is better than code. Why should we use the code if it is possible to work without it? Moreover, many projects are over before they are even released. So, why should one write a code that will be useless? Such discourse and the necessity to test product hypotheses lead us to Low-code/No-code tools that allow people to create a quality product without writing a code.
Salesforce.com claims its low-code ecosystem has spawned more than 1 million jobs, most involving some aspect of software development and nearly all filled by people from business backgrounds. Hundreds of other software providers are working to duplicate Salesforce's success.
The growth forecasts for the Low-code/No-code market are jaw-dropping. Gartner expects the tools to account for 65% of new applications by 2024. Verified Market Research expects the market to grow more than 44% annually through 2026.
One of the top technology trends nowadays is the rising of No-code tools and platforms. These instruments are beginning to redefine the way we build web/mobile apps and other services, creating workflows that automate repetitive tasks. It helps to save time and money.