Low Code Development

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Development speed, engineering capacity, and technical skills are among the most prevalent bottlenecks for teams tasked with modernizing legacy codebases and innovating new solutions. In response, an explosion of “low-code” solutions has promised to mitigate such challenges by abstracting software development to a high-level visual or scripting language used to build integrations, automate processes, construct UI, and more.

Gartner predicts that low-code will account for 65% of all app development by 2024, while a Forrester report reveals that the industry is expected to grow to $21.2 billion by 2022.