Low code and no code platforms will take over software business development suggests study

Code is a backbone of most software programs and applications. Enterprises around the world are enabling programmers to build applications by using graphical user interface and configuration than the traditional computer coding. The No Code Development Platforms (NCDPs) have seen a sudden rise in popularity.

Over the past few years, NCDPs have become an easy way for non-tech companies to build simple apps and programs that address business pain points. These platforms are powerful business enablers solving pertinent problems for companies and small-medium businesses. Companies are finding it difficult to find IT talent, which is forcing them to cut 50-90% of development time.

A recent survey by Gartner suggests that 65% of application development will be done using low-code platforms by 2024. The low-code platforms will become the go-to option for enterprises looking to gain advantages of the software without hiring armies of coders and developers.

NCDPs satisfy the requirements of companies that want to automate or digitise processes with cloud-based mobile apps. These tools are frequently created keeping in mind the requirements of enterprise users, that are different from usual IT or developer teams. Here are top no code and low code platforms.

The low-code platform by Salesforce offers out-of-the-box tools to automate enterprise workflows. It helps in connecting users with external applications using APIs, provides layouts, widgets, and more.

The platform released in January 2017 comes with pre-built templates, drag-and-drop tools, and quick deployment options. Microsoft is offering developers with the tools to seamlessly extend the app capabilities with Azure Functions.

The Silicon Valley based startup helps users to connect and control a broad range of apps and platforms in a singular, customisable dashboard. Users can design boards without taking the product or engineering team required for the project.