Developers were afraid when the low-code platform market first started to expand. They worried that their work would be replaced by low-code platforms and had concerns that they were not fit to perform mission-critical tasks. However, in reality, most low-code platforms are very reliable with regard to helping developers respond quickly and in helping them be more agile.
Here are a few reasons why low-code development has become even more relevant and may even reach far beyond mobile.
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Offering simplicity and convenience
Leading transformational initiatives is important given today's business environment climate. Nevertheless, IT teams are spread thin. They handle dynamic IT environments while serving business lines, developers, security and, more and more, remote employees.
That's where creation with low-code will benefit. Using a drag-and-drop interface to organise data and logic elements, a low-code framework helps corporate users to be citizen developers and easily build custom applications, according to one's requirement and departmental system . It lets them get the knowledge they need quickly to solve business challenges and innovate to better satisfy consumer needs. At the same time, development teams can concentrate on more nuanced strategies for change that involve their specific skill sets.
Speed to market
In the past, it was difficult just to find a software engineer. For start-up founders and business teams alike, IT-related skills shortages have remained an issue because they simply lack a supply of healthy, available engineering talent. Low-code/no-code solutions circumvent this issue by letting anyone create his or her own MVP, regardless of technical competence.