Developers are tired of switching their focus back and forth between projects, and business folks are tired of waiting for developers to get their projects — but it doesn’t have to be this way.

The rise of mobile development is enabling more work to get done on the fly, and the explosion of no-code development tools in the marketplace is enabling business users to create their own mobile solutions without relying on developers.

Christina Cordoza wrote an excellent article that explains when low-code is very useful and when no-code applies. And this is translated to mobile-development. Since a lot of development of software is ‘mobile-first’, no-code mobile development becomes more and more important.