Low Code Development Working Group
A low-code development platform provides a development environment used to create application software through graphical user interfaces and configuration instead of traditional hand-coded computer programming such as .Net or Java. A low-code model enables developers of varied experience levels to create applications using a visual user interface in combination with model-driven logic. Such platforms may produce entirely operational applications or require additional coding for specific situations. Low-code development platforms reduce the amount of traditional hand coding, enabling accelerated delivery of business applications. A common benefit is that a wider range of people can contribute to the application’s development—not only those with formal programming skills. LCDPs can also lower the initial cost of setup, training, deployment, and maintenance.
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