As described on Wikipedia:

Low-code development platforms (LCDPs) allow the creation of application software through graphical user interfaces and configuration instead of traditional procedural computer programming. The platforms may focus on design and development of databases, business processes, or user interfaces such as web applications. Such platforms may produce entirely operational applications, or require or allow minimal coding to extend the applications functionality or for uncommon situations. Low-code development platforms reduce the amount of traditional hand-coding, enabling accelerated delivery of business applications. A common benefit is that a wider-range of people can contribute to the application’s development, not only those with more formal programming experience. LCDPs also lower the initial cost of setup, training, and deployment.

Low-code development platform has been gaining widespread tractions from enterprises worldwide to tackle challenges witnessed in traditional coding with programming languages.

Develop Software from Design

What to look out for when your organization is evaluating a low-code development platform? Implementing a software isn’t difficult; often, it is only the beginning. Maintaining and sustaining it is the tricky question.

We have published an evaluation checklist that covers the following aspects:

  1. Platform
  2. App Development
  3. App Maintenance
  4. Security
  5. Ecosystem and Support