Low code and no-code platforms have proliferated due to the global market changes, challenges, and requirements. Also, due to the fact that there are not enough qualified developers to cover all software development demands. That is why software is one of the most valuable careers in recent years.
All of these reasons have contributed to the low code and no-code development popularity. Both types of software are similar but aren't synonyms. If you decide to start a software solution by using them, you must choose which one works better for you. Come and get to know each one and when you should use them.
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A development that allows the delivery of complete applications visually and more simply. It works with components (a kind of widgets). Developers only have to drag and paste the code into an interface and continue until they finish the app (which is completely functional and tested).
This initiative was born due to the lack of highly qualified programmers to develop high-quality applications and platforms, and of course to reduce development times. Instead of writing thousands of lines of code and complex syntax, low code creates complete applications with modern user interfaces, integrations, data, and logic quickly and visually.
Very similar to low code but more sought after and used by people without programming knowledge. It's used to develop applications and software that are less complicated and not so developed.
What happens with no-code options is that they are very difficult to customize because they tend to be generic, without much specific functionality.
Low code advantages:
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