Low-code Programming: The Excel of the Tomorrow

Low-code programming is in the sweet spot between classic programming and no-code programming: easy to use and extremely powerful.

Excel, the ubiquitous spreadsheet program developed by Microsoft, is so simple that grandmothers use it to track the progress of their gardens and elementary students use it to learn about computers and maybe cheat in math: Put in some numbers, click a button and you have a result.

Classic Programming (High-code programming)

Classic programming requires advanced knowledge and several different types of software for design, development, and deployment. It is like a form of Excel that doesn’t have a grid and you need a lot of education to know where to enter a piece of data so that it is in its proper cell.

No-code Programming

No-code programming simplifies the development process because it does not include the option to customize the business logic. It is like Excel in that it looks good for simple operations, but the high-level mathematical calculations and presentations are available only for certain common usages.

Low-code Programming

Low-code is right in the middle, taking the best parts from both classic programming and no-code programming. It is faster, better, and more affordable development that allows for customization to a specific business, department, or issue.

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