Over the past several years, Low-Code/No-Code ways to solve technical problems has become the technology de jure. It’s not just the latest shiny object in the world of integration, but rather a slow, gradual evolution that started with WIMP in the early 1970s, spawned into products like WYSIWYG web editors, and has now permeated almost all application categories.

However, this surge in popularity doesn’t come without confusion and disruption – across both end-users and vendors. Even the terminology “Low-Code” and “No-Code” can be misleading, as the distinction isn’t necessarily about how much code is required to solve a problem, but rather the persona involved and the scope of the problem in question.

Read more: https://dzone.com/articles/understanding-the-low-codeno-code-movement

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