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Low-Code Development


Low-code development platforms provide a graphical user interface for building applications, rather than writing code. This can make app development faster and easier for citizen developers who may not have coding experience. Low-code can also be used by professional developers to quickly prototype and build apps.

Low-code development is becoming increasingly popular as a way to rapidly develop applications with less code and fewer dependencies. This approach is particularly well suited for Agile development and for applications that require frequent changes or updates. Additionally, low-code development platforms are often used to develop mobile apps, as they can be quickly deployed and updated without going through the app store approval process.

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