Low code vs. no code and the future of application development

Low code and no code platforms make application and software development accessible to businesses or projects that may not always need a full development team. The low code technology market is predicted to grow 23 percent globally in 2021—providing opportunities to save money and time.

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Low code and no code platforms make app and software development accessible to non-developers. With pre-built templates and boilerplate code, businesses save time and money. Low code or no code platforms can help organizations build and deploy apps without always relying on an engineering team.

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