Why most low-code platforms fall short on mobile developmentby@timster
7,260 reads
7,260 reads

Why most low-code platforms fall short on mobile development

by Timo Railo10mSeptember 2nd, 2018
Read on Terminal Reader
Read this story w/o Javascript
tldt arrow

Too Long; Didn't Read

<em>As a bit of background: I’ve worked with different RAD (rapid application development) and low code tools since the time of HyperCard (end of 1980’s). I’ve loved them, and I’ve struggled with them. At best, RAD tools provide you with results in the fraction of the time, and at worst, they get you only 80% of the way, without being able to complete the last 20% — ever. Besides, I’ve worked with mobile apps since Symbian, before the time Apple initiated the revolution within the mobile app space.</em>

Companies Mentioned

Mention Thumbnail
Mention Thumbnail
featured image - Why most low-code platforms fall short on mobile development
Timo Railo HackerNoon profile picture
Timo Railo

Timo Railo

@timster

CTO, Jack of rather many trades. Loves building things. Curious. Very curious.

About @timster
LEARN MORE ABOUT @TIMSTER'S
EXPERTISE AND PLACE ON THE INTERNET.
L O A D I N G
. . . comments & more!

About Author

Timo Railo HackerNoon profile picture
Timo Railo@timster
CTO, Jack of rather many trades. Loves building things. Curious. Very curious.

TOPICS

THIS ARTICLE WAS FEATURED IN...

Permanent on Arweave
Read on Terminal Reader
Read this story in a terminal
 Terminal
Read this story w/o Javascript
Read this story w/o Javascript
 Lite