🗂 Link: How low-code platforms are transforming software development

The total market for low-code development platforms will hit $21.2 billion by 2022, growing at a compound annual growth rate of 40 percent, according to Forrester. The researcher also said that 23 percent of global developers reported using low-code platforms in 2018, with another 22 percent planning to do so in 2019.

Source: How low-code platforms are transforming software development

🗂 Link: Application Development Research Predicts Low-Code Tooling Takeover

“By 2024, three-quarters of large enterprises will be using at least four low-code development tools for both IT application development and citizen development initiatives,” the report said. “By 2024, low-code application development will be responsible for more than 65 percent of application development activity.”

Source: Application Development Research Predicts Low-Code Tooling Takeover

Link: Why You Need To Know About Low-Code, Even If You’re Not Responsible For Software Delivery

“Low-code [uses] declarative techniques instead of traditional lines of programming… Common features include reusable components, drag-and-drop tools, & process modeling. Individuals or small teams can experiment, prototype, & deliver apps in days or weeks.” Plus, marketsizing: something like $4bn.

Original source: Why You Need To Know About Low-Code, Even If You’re Not Responsible For Software Delivery

Link: Why You Need To Know About Low-Code, Even If You’re Not Responsible For Software Delivery

“Low-code [uses] declarative techniques instead of traditional lines of programming… Common features include reusable components, drag-and-drop tools, & process modeling. Individuals or small teams can experiment, prototype, & deliver apps in days or weeks.” Plus, marketsizing: something like $4bn.

Original source: Why You Need To Know About Low-Code, Even If You’re Not Responsible For Software Delivery