Business owners are always looking for ways to optimize their business, so today we will talk about the Low and No Code differences.
Low Code environments are still made for developers since there is still code involved. Low codes still need a trained professional to develop since can be a crucial part of an app or a system requiring technical knowledge. On the other hand, a No Code environment is a system that doesn’t need some coding technical knowledge, being more visual features such as drag-and-drop, or a button.
No Code world has been despoiled and chosen by the users due to the practicality and easiness of using them. A lot of new platforms and businesses are created with this adaptability for different businesses and inside the same business, for different purposes.
When we analyze the Low Code, seems strange to think that a developer doesn’t want to perform this job, but it’s not that he doesn’t want to. Coding a platform involves a lot of steps and overhead from that profession, and at the same time is cross-platform, allowing it to be used in different browsers, and also adapted to different businesses.
These are the major differences between Low Code and No Code environments.
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