Low-code vs. No-code: The Differences, Similarities, & How to Choose
Bureau of Labor Statistics expected 1.4 million computer science–related jobs to become available in 2020—but only 400,000 computer science graduates to fill those roles. Enterprises can’t hire their way out of this problem, so IT teams need a more efficient way to quickly build powerful applications. That’s where low-code and no-code development platforms come in. Low-code and no-code capabilities let development teams rapidly build applications using visual design tools and a drag-and-drop interface.
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