Low code

Low code is a type of software development platform that allows users to create applications with minimal coding or programming

Low code

Low-code platforms provide a set of pre-built components and tools that can be used to build software applications by dragging and dropping blocks or widgets and connecting them together.

Low-code platforms are often used to build simple or prototype applications quickly, without the need for extensive coding skills. They can be a useful tool for non-technical users who want to build custom applications or automate processes, or for developers who want to prototype and test ideas before building out a full application.

Low-code platforms differ from no-code platforms in that they typically provide more advanced features and capabilities, and may require some coding knowledge or experience to use effectively. However, they still require significantly less code than would be needed to build the same application from scratch using a traditional development environment.

Some examples of low-code platforms include:

  • Mendix
  • OutSystems
  • Salesforce Lightning
  • Appian
  • Microsoft PowerApps

Low-code platforms have the potential to accelerate software development and make it more accessible to a wider range of people. However, they also have limitations and may not be suitable for building complex or high-performance applications. In these cases, it may be necessary to write custom code to achieve the desired functionality.

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