Low Code and No-Code Considerations: Overview and Things to Consider

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Low-code and no-code products have started to reshape the approach to software development, as they significantly help scale and maximize software delivery. Even some publications predict the gradual decline of traditional IT thanks to these platforms. If you also consider using low-code or no-code products, do not interchange these two concepts: they have different business goals and cater to different audiences.

Read the full article on DZone by Oleg Boyko, CTO at Exadel, to learn what low-code and no-code actually mean, what the differences are between these two terms, what is the future of low-code and programming languages, and what are the no-code considerations and concerns.