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Waiting months or even years for new software versions are a thing of the past, as new features are now added in days or weeks, thanks to modern agile software development systems.
Fremont, CA: In the last decade, the software industry has evolved rapidly. Not only has software development become less expensive, but the rate at which software is developed and released to the market has also increased. Waiting months or even years for new software versions are a thing of the past, as new features are now added in days or weeks, thanks to modern agile software development systems. In this regard, low code is a new and widespread evolution in software development. Low-code app development simplifies the development process because software development does not require highly skilled people. Various companies can use it.
Several low-code trends exist, from essential system development to online process portals for digitizing customers. Let’s take a look at some of them.
1.Web-based Customer Portals
Many businesses want their web portals to provide a consistent customer experience and add new revenue streams, but traditional web portals are slow, resource-consuming, and expensive to get started with. Developers can quickly develop these portals. The GUI can also be made attractive, and the interface can be reused for various purposes.
2.Core Business Software
Low Code takes a collaborative and agile approach across the entire application lifecycle, enabling business and IT departments to work together to reduce the risk of project failure and deliver critical business applications in a timely manner. Applications built on low-code platforms are cloud-based and portable to multi-cloud environments. These applications scale easily, are highly secure and maximize uptime with resiliency.critical
3.IT Business Process Application
Low Code provides businesses with the ability to access, use, and share server-side data, logic, and processes and automates and modifies business processes, workflows, and management applications. However, integrating these applications with other local systems requires a lot of manual programming on some platforms.