Low-code Programming Through the Agesby@anthony-morris
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Low-code Programming Through the Ages

by anthony morris7mOctober 27th, 2021
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Low-code development platforms trace their roots back to Fourth-Generation Programming Language (4GL), a concept developed from the 1970s through the 1990s. Today’s low-code products cover nearly every domain, from email builders, CRMs, and web designers to workflow and prototyping tools, and even AI. The original Visual Basic (also called Classic Visual Basic) was Microsoft's third-generation event-driven programming language known for its Component Object Model (COM) programming model.

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