Low code to surpass traditional coding by 2024

A survey by Mendix, an enterprise app development company, revealed last month that most organizations expect to use low-code more than traditional coding by 2024.

A survey by Mendix, an enterprise app development company, revealed last month that most organizations expect to use low-code more than traditional coding by 2024.

Low-code is poised to surpass traditional coding as enterprises around the world see it as essential to supporting growing technology complexity, increasing automation, and achieving greater business agility.

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Low-code platforms are simple and efficient for turning big ideas into impactful solutions, while taking into account the constraints of budget, time, resources, manual paper processes, complex processes or maintenance of legacy systems, said Charoo Singh, Country Head of Business Applications, Microsoft India. at The Hindu.

A survey by Mendix, an enterprise app development company, revealed last month that most organizations expect to use low-code more than traditional coding by 2024.

The survey also found that if the businesses surveyed had not adopted low code during the pandemic, one in nine businesses would have closed for losing customers, suffering reputational damage, losing revenue or laying off staff. personal.

Gartner has estimated that 70% of applications developed by enterprises will be built with low-code or no-code technologies by 2025, up from less than 25% in 2020.

“Faster digital adoption and automation are the two direct benefits of low-code and no-code over traditional coding. These developments also limit human error and save time on debugging and testing codes every time you develop a new one,” said Tusheet Shrivastava, Co-Founder and CTO, Geo IQ. The Hindu.

It gives the user the ability to experiment and evaluate the results of multiple tests built on different sets of variables and select the one that gives the most accurate results, he added.

Traditional code-based development will not be able to meet the growing demands of today’s rapidly growing ecosystem of digital applications and services. Instead, code-first tools will need to be combined with low-code development tools like Power Apps and integrated into any organization’s IT plan. These can improve the productivity and efficiency of any business process and enable workforces to create custom solutions for their own roles, Singh said.

The technology company has a low-code development platform, Microsoft Power Platform, which enables everyone in the organization to analyze data, create solutions, automate processes and create chatbots.

Low-code and no-code solutions can replace traditional coding as they now enable high-level customizations for rapid adoption, Shrivastava said.

However, no-code/low-code requires a trade-off between flexibility and accessibility. The easier a tool is to use, the less flexible it is and vice versa. Businesses need to minimize this trade-off, he added.

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