In a recent article for developer.com, IT journalist Mike Vizard shared that professional developers are driving low-code tool adoption.
While many developers prefer working with traditional code, low-code approaches are ideal for quickly building apps that replace paper-based processes and manual workflows. And low-code is gaining traction with professionals who recognize this.
Vizard said, "Rather than allowing the application development backlog to become any worse than it already is, many professional developers have come to the conclusion it’s simply more expedient to build many of those applications using a low-code tool that automates much of the code writing process."
"...there are a lot of applications that can simply be built faster using low-code tools." – Mike Vizard, IT journalist
Check out the full article here.