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Amazon released a new tool, called Honeycode, which lets customers quickly build mobile and web applications — with no coding required. While no-code has recently been climbing the ranks in popularity, it’s a concept almost as old as the Internet. Marc Andreessen famously said in 2011 that “software is eating the world.” While there were just over 30,000 web pages in 1995, today there are over 5 billion, thanks to the proliferation of low-code tools. No-code is also penetrating the analytics and AI industries.