The Low-Code vs No-Code Platform Dilemma
Too Long; Didn't Read Both low-code and no-code take a drag-and-drop visual approach to build business applications more efficiently. The idea is to reduce or replace complicated coding with a configuration approach. Low-code platforms are a good choice for professional developers wanting to create long-term custom applications that are critical to the business. No-code is likely to be a good fit for building line-of-business apps when you have limited IT resources. Both platforms improve app-building efficiency for faster time-to-value.