Low Code and what we need to know

Why low code? Why now? Simply, businesses are lacking the resources to implement the necessary systems and processes to transform while keeping the lights on. That’s when we started to think about Low-Code solution.

What exactly is a Low-Code software?

Generally speaking, it is a visual integrated development environment (IDE). Within this environment, users (or the citizen developer) drag-and-drop application components, connect them together and create a mobile or web app. Using this software, staff can design and build powerful applications that can scale for any organization—without writing any code.

In addition to using a graphical user interface, they also removed the necessity of creating frameworks, linking databases, and other tasks that are typically attached to hard coding. This made development simpler and easier, such that even people without coding knowledge could develop applications.

 

Why we need a low-code platform?

Low-code and no-code development platforms can be ideal if you're looking to solve major inefficiencies within your business using technology. From improving productivity to making maintenance easier, the benefits of low-code platforms are veritable and undeniable. These benefits are designed to help business users maximize the efficiency of their workplaces without having to sacrifice usability from these platforms.

Low-code is going to be the main and primary software delivery platform, and it's predicted by 2024 that 65% of all applications are going to be developed in a low-code platform. Whether it is an innovation apps, customer engagement apps, operational efficiency apps or a legacy migration apps, you can easily create on a low code platform.

 

The future of low-code?

ResearchAndMarkets.com actually predict the low-code development market will grow to $27.23 billion by 2022, a huge jump from the current $10 billion

As we see, low-code tools will sit alongside many applications for every employee of an organization as they will be considered a core productivity tool.

To go further on this topic, here’s an interview of our Full Stack Developer Louis-Marie, who’s willing to share some pieces of advice to choose the best low-code solution.