With No / Low-code tools, development happens in a visual development interface and often involves dragging and dropping elements or writing simple commands.
The approach can facilitate business processes, data flows, and complex workflows, among many others.
No / Low-code tools allow for the creation of mobile, web, or cloud applications. They facilitate collaboration between applications and allow for smooth data migration. They let you optimise and automate business processes, build complex web user interfaces, streamline sales flows, and lots, lots more.
There are many benefits of the no-code approach:
- Reduced cost. Building with no-code platforms is certainly cheaper, simply because there is less development work involved. The process is faster and drains fewer resources.
- Speed to market. This speed of development is particularly helpful – it reduces delivery times enormously. With no-code, solutions can be prototyped, tested and iterate faster.
- Greater flexibility. In traditional coding, if you decide to change the way a feature works, you’re in for an extensive session of coding. In no-code, alternative blocks have already been written. All you have to do is swap and customize them to your needs.
- Integrate faster. Exploit APIs in existing applications or use RPA to execute tasks where APIs don’t exist. Create interfaces that spans multiple applications to deliver a more intuitive (and productive) experience for users or customers.
No / Low-code technology is all about driving optimisation in business processes – reducing costs and streamlining customer / user journeys. It makes rapid change achievable by increasing speed of delivery by an order of several magnitudes in comparison to traditional ‘code’ development.