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Low Code Development: Focus on Business Logic Rather Than Software Internals

By Dick Weisinger

No-Code and Low-Code software tools are enabling businesses to accelerate their development and deployment of software. The tools are usable by analysts and other non-developers to build apps without the overhead of communicating requirements to developer teams.

The focus of non-code projects is on the business logic being implemented, not on software internal details. No-code and low-code tools typically provide wizards and drop-down menus that lead the user through the steps needed to change an application. The changes can be made and deployed in real time.

Rob Koplowitz, VP and principal analyst at Forrester, said that “if we look at basic issues companies have now, what we often hear is, ‘I can’t build applications fast enough and by the time I build them the specs have changed’.” No-code and Low-code specifically try to target that problem.

Paul Vincent, Gartner research analyst, said that “by deploying no-code tools in a platform, IT can oversee data governance and compliance while still giving business people the power to develop the systems they want… We are seeing IT becoming brokers in providing a center of excellence to support citizen developers, rather than IT building applications and handing them over to the business.”

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One comment on “Low Code Development: Focus on Business Logic Rather Than Software Internals
  1. Noor Uddin says:

    Helpful for No code idea. Appreciated by Nashad

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