low-code development

low-code development

Creating applications using program generators or languages that tie pre-written functions together. Low-code applications are not written in traditional high-level programming languages such as Java and C++; however, they may integrate with routines written in these languages. See no-code development, application generator and fourth-generation language.
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Quick Base has deployed the first low-code development platform to enable users to easily create powerful business applications that automate processes across on-premise systems and cloud applications.
OutSystems is the only solution that combines the power of low-code development with advanced mobile capabilities, enabling visual development of entire applications that easily integrate with existing systems.
Low-code development platforms have evolved as a faster way to deploy and build innovative business applications.
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"We are not trying to build a platform to do everything, but to provide low-code development tools for professional services, partners, and end users to build customized applications and solutions.
The OutSystems 11 launch in the region supports the growing appetite for low-code development platforms across Asia Pacific.
For our core processes, we made a strategic choice to develop on OutSystems low-code development platform."
Low-code development platforms are one possible answer.
Low-code development tools such as Red Hat Decision Manager enable business users to take a more active role in application development, and by fostering greater collaboration between business and IT stakeholders, can accelerate the application development process.
A company involved in retail and commercial banking with a market share in 10 core countries in Europe and the Americas, Banco Santander selected Appian as it provides a comprehensive platform for Business Process Management (BPM) and Case Management in a digital environment and its capabilities to deploy applications through fast and simple low-code development.