In addition to Traditional Developing | The Effects of the LCNC Transformation on Businesses | Webinar

Feb 21, 2024

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Traditional 3GL programming languages require investment in programming linguistics’ instead of driving value for the business.  This is why the choice of Low Code / No Code (LCNC)  is growing of increasing importance for IT departments as the velocity of digital transformation speeds up. Gartner predicts that “Over sixty-five percent of application development work will take place in the Low Code / No Code domains.”

To put it simply you will understand how low-code/no-code (LCNC) platforms enable anyone to create apps without requiring considerable coding skills, regardless of technical proficiency. Think of it as a playground for digital developers, where programmers can construct unique and engaging applications with pre-built sections, intuitive graphical user interfaces, and functionality that allows for drag-and-drop. Without the need for complicated coding knowledge, low code/no code (LCNC) platforms enable developers to create captivating mobile applications.

Are you geared up to explore Low code / No Code to its fullest?

View this on the recording of the on-demand webinar to learn about Low Code / No Code development and how it gives you a competitive edge over conventional coding techniques. In the webinar few things were discussed about:

      • What LCNC development is and how does it differ from traditional development?
      • How does the LCNC platform eliminate non-value-added traditional structured language coding?
      • How can people who have no exposure to code in structured languages yet create apps on Wem LCNC?
      • Discuss the differences between citizen development tools meant for non-mission critical functions and enterprise-grade LCNC offerings like WEM designed for professional IT developers to collaborate more effectively and efficiently with the business.

How the proper LCNC technology allows for the implementation of Design Thinking and Garage Development methodologies.

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