Low-code vs No-code Platforms: Definitions and Differences
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What is a Low-code Platform?
Low-code platform provides the opportunity for developers to use less manual coding to build websites and mobile apps. To achieve this, visual-based portions of existing code are dragged and dropped into the application development process. Low-code construction techniques are just as effective as any other method of constructing software. The primary distinction is that while constructing low-code, developers are provided more shortcuts. By using the latest programming framework, rather than hand-coding a user management system, developers produce something unique and worthwhile.
What is a No-code Platform?
No-code platforms are basically a set of tools, usually with a graphical user interface, which allow everyone to construct and deploy applications quickly without having any background in coding. No-code platforms target non-technical business users who are responsible for the creation of various types of applications without requiring them to master new technology. Another way to describe No-code platforms is the simplification of the development process for building applications without coding so development becomes accessible to those with non-technical backgrounds.