Using the pre-made modules and the visual designer, representatives from the business side without any development knowledge can have a good grip on the design of the system.
Low-code doesn’t require the knowledge of different programming languages or senior experience. Junior, mid-level, and senior colleagues can work together on a project, strengthening team spirit.
The open API for low-code solutions provides a way to connect a drag-and-drop system to our existing enterprise ecosystem or third-party solutions. These capabilities create a reusable and easily variable repository of tools that can increase user experience, customer satisfaction, and save time for colleagues.
An ever-widening segment of users use their mobile phones to browse the internet, connect with companies and buy products. Low-code is perfect for creating mobile applications or responsive mobile-friendly web apps.
By using low-code, IT productivity is also at its peak. Developers can process the backlog they are scrolling through faster than ever before. With the time saved, they can also focus on optimizing internal systems instead of continuous firefighting.
Low-code technology also makes adaptation to market changes much easier. With the visual designer and editor, you can simply change the order of system components, remove, replace, or add components, making adapting to sudden, unforeseen situations more agile and faster.
Component-based applications such as micro-services
Critical, complex systems
Applications that perform the basic operational functions of the company
Applications based on sophisticated business logic and individual needs
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Over the recent years, the attention placed on modeling and modeling devices has heavily declined. While there could be multiple reasons for this*, the fact is that the robustness of the standard modeling language (UML) and modeling tools are not helping the situation. In a number of projects however, it would be reasonable to use smaller, more domain-specific languages but they often require setting aside the convenient features typical to today’s development environments. Or do they?
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