Analysts predict a massive uptake of low-code platforms in the coming years and most large organizations are expected to adopt low-code. But when is the right time to start your low-code journey? Here are three examples.
Changes in security requirements are not something you normally need to handle on a daily basis. However, for applications that are used for several years, it is inevitable. Luckily, with low-code, you can configure the security permissions once, and apply them everywhere.
Software development teams that follow an agile methodology are often more productive and bring solutions to the market much faster than non-agile teams. The question is how we can make agile application development better. We believe low-code application development platforms bring agile application development to a new level by offering more sustainable solutions.
The microservices architecture has become rather successful as an alternative to the monolithic architecture. In this first part of a blog series, we describe the differences in architectual approaches and introduce how microservices architecture relates to low-code platforms.
Private enterprises worldwide embrace low-code as the preferred tool for digital transformation. So should also organizations in the public sector.
Visualization of a complex organization structure is a possibility using low-code. The organization chart control of Genus visualizes your organization.
Developing custom business applications is hard. Using a low-code platform will make it easier as security challenges can be handled by the platform.