"Survival of the fittest" is not only more relevant today than ever before, but also comes with a multitude of challenges due to digitalization and globalization. With limitless possibilities, cost efficiency and flexibility, this is where low-code platforms step in, so that you can focus on growth and innovation.
What is a low-code platform?
A low-code platform is a development environment for software that uses visual tools instead of a classic programming language. It is based on software modules (similar to building blocks) that are linked by intelligent metadata to form the desired application. Therefore, the main advantage is that even people without programming skills (e.g., employees from specialist departments) can create applications such as business apps quickly and with ease. Not only does this relieve the load on the IT department, it is also extremely cost-efficient.
The use of experienced developers and thus manual programming for low-code platforms depends on the individuality and complexity of user requirements. Such collaboration enables the efficient creation of applications.
Whats the difference between low-code and no-code?Differentiation from no-code platforms
In general, no-code platforms also offer the possibility of creating applications with the use of graphical building blocks. However, as requirements become more complex and specific, no-code quickly reaches the limits of its capabilities. Individual adaptations cannot be made without further effort, and cross-functional workflows are not possible either. No-code platforms are therefore more suitable for simple applications that do not require customization or modification during a project.
In a world where the competitiveness of companies often lies in rapid adaptability, the advantage and relevance of low-code platforms is becoming increasingly evident.
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