Low-Code Development Platforms: A Solution to Scale-up Organization Projects?

SHWETA ANIRUDDHA OTARI
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04 November, 2023

In this fast-paced world, the needs of users have changed over this decade, not only in the real world but also virtually! Digital platforms make a great impact on all of us on a daily basis. In fact, how users interact with organisations is also changing as digital platforms help online communities of consumers. Most platforms use operating systems like Microsoft [Computers], and Android [Smartphones] and they are integrated into the platform which helps to increase the demand for the platform. 
 
The user interface plays a vital role in developing the application. It has altered the way a customer, partner or employee approaches the enterprises. Many businesses have attempted to employ programmers skilled in multiple coding languages, form operations groups, and automate the delivery process. Despite this, they have overlooked how important it is for applications to be user-friendly. Ultimately, if the User Interface [UI] is simple and efficient, the usability will improve.
 
While low-code platforms offer numerous benefits, it's important to evaluate their suitability for specific projects and consider factors such as security, integration capabilities, and extensibility. Not all projects may be well-suited for low-code development, particularly those requiring complex customizations or deep system integrations. However, for many organizations, low-code platforms can provide a powerful tool to accelerate project scaling and achieve faster time-to-market.
 
How low-code app development can help businesses:

The concept of 'low-code' has been around for a while. Developers can construct fast and robust programs, thanks to the reduced code required. Developers can now create apps with fewer lines of programming and a well-designed visual modelling language. This not only saves time and money but also boosts speed.
 
Low-code platforms often enforce the best coding practices and maintain consistency across applications. This reduces technical debt, which refers to the accumulation of suboptimal code and design choices. By minimizing technical debt, businesses can improve the maintainability and sustainability of their applications, reducing future development and maintenance costs.
 
Low-code platforms often offer a range of pre-built UI components and templates that can be easily customized. This simplifies the design process and enables businesses to create user-friendly and visually appealing interfaces. By prioritizing user experience, businesses can create applications that are intuitive, engaging, and meet the needs of their target audience.

Shweta Aniruddha Otari
Academic Associate

UniAthena

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