The no-code and low-code development platforms typically use web-based portals and simple point-and-click interfaces to enhance fast app development.

For businesses, both ideas can be appealing, Jason Bloomberg, the president of analyst firm Intellyx, told ITProToday.

The no-code and low-code movement “is exploding and is becoming increasingly prevalent,” said Bloomberg, who also noted that low-code is based on previous trends in IT dating back to the 1980s and 1990s, such as rapid application development (RAD), fourth-generation programming languages (4GL) and computer-aided software engineering (CASE). No-code tools are a re-invention of previous user environments that allowed users to easily create database applications or other tasks as needed, he said.

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