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Low-code platforms are for developers who want to build applications more efficiently. The trade-off between speed of delivery and application complexity is much less pronounced in low-code than in no-code. Low code tools give software developers a great deal of flexibility in their development. Gartner predicts that three-quarters of large enterprises will be using at least four low code development tools by 2024. Each tool is tailored to satisfy a particular use case, such as automating repetitive tasks through robotic process automation (RPA) and deploying native mobile apps.