9 Ways To Use Low-Code Platforms For Serious App Dev by Alexa Morales

Posted: April 29, 2018 in JDeveloper & ADF
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Low-code development environments are ideal for scientists or academics who need to solve complex problems with a minimum of coding knowledge, and for business users who don’t want to wait for IT to write them a new mobile app. You might think these platforms can’t offer much for experienced software developers—but you’d be wrong.

Low-code and visual programming environments have proliferated around a number of use cases, with a steady influx of tools, including Google App Maker, APPIAN, and Oracle Visual Builder Cloud Service.

Michael Hoffer and his colleagues use the visual environment he’s created with VRL Studio for tasks ranging from climate-change simulation on high-performance clusters to 3D printing of glittering, tessellated plastic fabrics.

Just what constitutes a low-code environment is a point of debate, but for our purposes, any tool that lets you build and deploy a working app without writing a line of programming code qualifies. From prototyping to productivity, here are nine ways “real” developers can gain from low code and visual environments. Read the complete article here.

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