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No-Code: An insider’s guide to picking the right platform

No-Code: An insider’s guide to picking the right platform

Although platforms that drive citizen development should be business-led purchases, IT oversight on the purchase and on-going engagement in its use is critical to ensuring success and avoiding the resulting trap that is shadow IT.

The No-Code Revolution: 5 Industries That Will Win Big

The No-Code Revolution: 5 Industries That Will Win Big

The year 2020 tested the mettle of countless businesses and industries, but those who were able to stay afloat had one thing in common: the ability to adapt to an increasingly digitized world by embracing future-facing technology.

2021: The year of low code

2021: The year of low code

2020 was a particularly big year for low code, and that’s likely been helped along by the sudden work from home (WFH) orders that many companies were subject to. This recognition by the industry is why SD Times is declaring 2021 the year of low-code platforms.

As low-code and no-code approaches rise, developers brace for new challenges

As low-code and no-code approaches rise, developers brace for new challenges

The Covid crisis accelerated many things digital, and among them, the drive to open up relatively simple interfaces that enable non-technical users to build their own applications, as well as speed up the work of professional developers — known as low-code or no-code solutions. At the same time, some industry observers point out that citizen developers aren’t going to be taking the reins of IT anytime soon.

Citizen development and the future lawyer

Citizen development and the future lawyer

Could no-code (or low-code) development provide the compelling opportunity for us in the legal sector to embrace some of these amazing skills – and put them to use ourselves?

The no code revolution

The no code revolution

no code movement is not new, it democratizes processes, tools and access to a larger set of people. Look at the historry of publishing, music production

The No-code Generation is Arriving

The No-code Generation is Arriving

There’s a sociological change underway though, and it’s going to make the first digital divide look quaint in hindsight.

How to build a citizen developer program

How to build a citizen developer program

Citizen development has gotten a lot of attention recently. But how to you get started and make it really work? This article describes a great approach to successfully start your citizen development.

7 Forces Driving the Low-Code Movement

7 Forces Driving the Low-Code Movement

We brainstorm top forces stimulating the low-code trend, from a pressure to automate internal processes to a lack of developer talent and COVID–19.

Tracking the growth of low-code, no-code startups

Tracking the growth of low-code, no-code startups

Startup buzz comes in waves, with a particular thesis or focus coming into vogue at certain times. Inside of today’s Saas surge is a smaller trend that I want to explore more: no-code and low-code startups.

‘No code’ will define the next generation of software

‘No code’ will define the next generation of software

It seems like every software funding and product announcement these days includes some sort of reference to “no code” platforms or functionality. The frequent callbacks to this buzzy term reflect a realization that we’re entering a new software era.

Building Low-Code Apps Fast In A Crisis: 3 Pieces Of Advice

Building Low-Code Apps Fast In A Crisis: 3 Pieces Of Advice

Low-code application developers have become the tech version of a volunteer fire department. They show up quickly in the wake of disasters with web applications to organize work, locate and share goods, and even connect people to relief and rescue efforts.

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