Topic: low code

Analyst View: The rise of low code and the elusive citizen developer

The pressing need to engage in digital transformation and build new processes and systems, coupled with severe developer shortages, has created an opportunity to promote model-driven platforms, often offered in public cloud form (PaaS) to bring the value of high-abstraction to a broader audience that is not trained in software development. Driven by shifting IT … continue reading

WaveMaker’s latest release targets citizen developers

WaveMaker is announcing new services designed to make it easier for non-developers to create mobile apps. The company has released new development, jumpstart and training services that allow professional and non-professional developers to combine visual and no-coding Rapid Application Development (RAD) with WaveMaker’s professional services. “The software industry is evolving rapidly with the proliferation of … continue reading

Guest View: Five reasons low-code development is no longer optional

Low-code application development is nothing new. In many ways, it’s simply an offshoot of the 4GL trend of the 1980s and 1990s. But in today’s fast-changing technology world, low-code has become more critical than ever. According to Forrester, the global market for low-code development will eclipse US$10 billion by 2019. That makes sense, since the … continue reading

Newly independent QuickBase seeks low-code software

Intuit is known for its Quick software: QuickBooks, Quicken, and until recently, QuickBase, the shared database, low-code platform for developers and business analysts. That company was spun out on its own on April 1, and today it made a bevy of announcements, some of its first as an independent company. Chief among those announcements were … continue reading

The state of citizen development

What are your non-technical staffers working on? The Intuit-sponsored 2015 “State of Citizen Development Report” found workers are creating their own apps to gain efficiency, to get it done more quickly, and actually consider creating apps as part of their jobs. “True citizen development is here now,” said Jeff Prus, director of product management for … continue reading

Low-code solutions: Empowering businesspeople to make their own applications

As organizations seek faster time-to-market releases of the software necessary to stay ahead of the competition, new solutions that enable the business to create applications without the need for IT to get involved are starting to emerge. As with all things, of course, there are several angles from which to approach this need. Some platforms … continue reading

How low-code development seeks to accelerate software delivery

The operative word in software development is “speed.” Enterprises and application development teams are looking to adopt any techniques that’ll expedite software development and delivery. For customer-facing applications in particular, a growing trend to meet this demand is the rising popularity of “low-code” development platforms. Low-code application development platforms are designed to enable rapid creation, … continue reading

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