Low-code means different things to different people. While the industry is exploding with low-code platforms, ours is purpose-built for professional developers. If you are already using a low-code platform or shopping for one, there are many critical factors to consider. Read on..
Start with these simple questions first
Will I be the owner of the code?
The code should be yours to mix, extend, customize, transfer or export
What should “no lock-in” mean to me?
No shackles of run-time cost, proprietary architecture, and limited infra options
Will the developers need to be certified to use the platform?
You want quick learning and future-proofing your teams’ skills
Is my vendor’s pricing strategy sustainable?
Scaling up shouldn’t disproportionately increase the cost of doing business
Low-code vs Low-code
With over 2 decades of experience in the application development and modernization field, our product evangelists have enlisted 12 critical capabilities to consider while comparing various low-code platforms.
Find out how the 5 most popular low-code platforms stack up on each of these capabilities. Download the document for an objective, quick, and consumable take on the comparison of low-code platforms
CODERS love low-code when
- It generates code that they can easily extend.
- API endpoints are generated for all kinds of data.
- They have full application source control.
- There is no runtime dependency on the studio.
- They can mix and maintain their own code.
CXOS like low-code when
- Their teams need no reskilling.
- Their existing process are not disrupted.
- They pay for developer seats, not apps for users.
- It runs on the infrastructure(s) of their choice.
- Licensing model is transparent and promotes scale.
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