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What is low code development?

Organizations are increasingly adopting application development via low-code platforms, in order to optimize the entire software development and delivery process, allowing solutions to be offered more quickly and thus modernizing business capabilities.



Low-code application platforms are used to develop and deploy custom applications by abstracting and minimizing manual coding, in a more agile way.


A low-code platform should include capabilities such as a graphical or model-based programming approach with scripting, including user interfaces, business modeling logic, workflow, and data services.


According to Gartner estimates, by 2025, 70% of new applications developed by enterprises will use low-code or no-code technologies, up from less than 25% in 2020.

Low-code development platforms can be used to create business applications that require features such as high performance, high availability and scalability, disaster recovery, enterprise security, APIs for access to third-party services, application usage monitoring, service level agreements (SLA) and technical support from the provider.


Some advanced capabilities, offered by the market's leading low-code development platforms, currently include:

  • User experiences beyond the web user interface (UI)

  • Automation and management of complex business processes

  • Event-driven architecture

  • AI-augmented development techniques


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