As development tools grow more powerful, building cloud and mobile applications -- once the sole domain of corporate IT -- is now routinely done by line-of-business departments. Long considered a threat to data security, CIOs also often viewed no-code/low-code (NCLC) distributed development as an incursion into the sanctity of IT, resulting in an inevitable erosion of control over their exclusive turf.
Times have changed. Forward-thinking CIOs have come to recognize NCLC as a golden opportunity to offload mundane development projects from overburdened staff and overextended budgets, freeing up professional developers to tackle projects impacting the core business mission or to explore the "next big thing" that may yield a competitive advantage.
This guide covers what NCLC means, how it can benefit IT and how to overcome potential pitfalls. Learn why these development tools are expected to have a big future in software technology. Finally, find a review of common terms associated with no-code/low-code app development tools.
What to expect from no-code/low-code
What does no-code/low-code mean? This section covers what to expect and benefits for IT. Learn what issues can arise with NCLC and how best to avoid pitfalls.
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No-code application development tools can quickly deliver information to customers, while freeing IT resources to concentrate on core business needs. Continue Reading
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Getting comfortable with no-code/low-code app development tools
IT, development and operations people have come to use no-code/low-code app development tools for enhancing business projects. Learn why these tools are becoming more popular and how they're changing software developer jobs and workplaces.
Once seen as a threat by IT, no-code/low-code tools are helping to reduce project backlogs and free up developers to work on other assignments. Continue Reading
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