As market demand for enterprise application developers grows, no-code and low-code vendors are diversifying their products to stand out from one another. In TechTarget’s article, No-code and low-code tools seek ways to stand out in a crowd, tech writer Darryl Taft highlights Skuid’s latest release, Spark, and how it compares to other no-code platforms.
Skuid Spark adds on-premises, private data integration, a new Design System Studio, and new core components for tasks such as the creation of buttons, forms, charts and tables. Read the full story here.
We're seeing a lot of folks who started in other low-code/no-code platforms move toward Skuid because of the flexibility and the ability to use it in more than one type of platform. People want to be able to get to templates, reuse templates and modify templates to enable them to move very quickly.