Topic: no code

Merging UX design with low-code & no-code platforms

You probably haven’t gone a day without seeing a new article about a new low-code or no-code product (LCNC) that is going to revolutionize the way you build apps, save you enormous time, and with that, cost savings that justify learning, implementing, and deploying this new tooling. Quantifying the value of tools like this is … continue reading

Low code cuts down on dev time, increases testing headaches

Low-code solutions have proven their value in the industry. Many companies are seeing increased time to production and lower development costs, but relying on these low-code solutions may mean sacrificing quality due to a lack of testing. “My belief is that the developer side testing, the quality assurance team type testing that is traditionally done … continue reading

No-code cloud orchestration redefines application development

Technology advances, over the past decade, have emboldened us to take on projects and processes that would normally seem way beyond the scope of our skill sets. We are now equipped with digitized tools that enable us to fulfill many of our DIY desires. The drive to possess autonomy, self-sufficiency, greater productivity and customization in … continue reading

SD Times news digest: No-code platform Betty Blocks raises $33 million, Microsoft introduces feature support in Direct3D 12, Android announced Jetpack Tiles API alpha release

Betty Blocks announced that it raised $33 million in funding, led by European Private Equity and SmartFin Capital.   The platform enables fusion teams from the business side and IT to quickly build software, and Betty Blocks stated that it is planning to make the platform easier to use, enhance the citizen development governance features, introduce … continue reading

Why low code/no code is on the rise

This is a brief history of UI development within the broader topic of software development and reflects my personal journey to build a chessvariant application for fun. The UI matters a lot because it dominates the code in most professional/commercial applications. Typically, the code that controls how you interact with your application takes up most … continue reading

This year proved low-code applications are ready for the enterprise

The rapid rise and adoption of low-code application platforms is one of the most significant enterprise technology developments since the BYOD movement.  Just as BYOD unlocked new opportunities for productivity and cost reduction, the low-code movement promises to reshape employees’ relationships with their IT departments. In fact, the proliferation of the technology will mean that … continue reading

Infragistics’ Indigo.Design unveils design-to-code solution

Infragistics is the latest company to join the low code trend with its Indigo.Design design-to-code announcement. The company is releasing a cloud-based, low-code platform to help enterprises with application creation.  “Most low-code tools on the market focus on going from idea to app by skipping the designer and much of the developer. That’s a good … continue reading

Creating a citizen development program at Medtronic

A few years ago, Lori Breitbarth, senior IT program manager at medical device provider Medtronic—a company with about 105,000 employees as of 2020—and a developer came together and created an application using ServiceNow’s low-code capabilities. Since then demand for low-code applications at Medtronic has skyrocketed.  At the start they were tasked with creating an application … continue reading

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Unqork 2021.5 introduces API auto-documentation

No-code platform Unqork has announced the latest version of its platform. Unqork 2021.5 adds new software development life cycle (SDLC) features, such as API auto-documentation, data model auto-documentation, and application rollback.  “The way that we’re approaching this release is it’s all focused on the SDLC,” said Nick Gamble, vice president of solutions at Unqork. “I … continue reading

SD Times news digest: LogDNA’s Browser Logger, Rust 1.5.2.0 released, and Google Play to launch new safety section

LogDNA announced a new browser logging capability designed to enable full-stack and front-end developers to ingest frontend log data into LogDNA more efficiently to debug web applications. The new feature automatically captures errors and logs occurring in the user’s browser and allows dev teams to centralize those errors alongside server-side logs, according to the company. … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Zapier acquires Makerpad, LinearB announces new funding, and Splice Machine 3.1 released

Automation company Zapier announced the acquisition of the no-code education provider Makerpad, a leading content and education platform for learning to build software without code.  “For years we’ve watched in admiration as Ben pushed the limits on what you could build without ever writing a line of code,” said Wade Foster, the co-founder and CEO … continue reading

Businesses in 2021 think high for low code

The use of low-code tooling is rapidly growing and provides tremendous opportunities for organizations to speed up their development process while saving on cost to build those applications — and the reason that the editors of SD Times declared 2021 “The Year of Low Code.” A February report from Gartner found that the market for … continue reading

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