Is there a way for the code-shy to quickly become expert developers, capable of tailoring their business software as they see fit? Adam Hughes talks to Cerillion’s Product Director, Brian Coombs, about the rise of low-code and no-code applications, and how they’re making implementing Cerillion products simpler than ever.
Hi Brian. There’s lots of hype around low-code and no-code – what’s all the excitement about?
Low-code and no-code are tools that allow you to rapidly create or alter software applications without having to be an expert developer. Low-code gives you the ability to add scripting or coding solutions on top, while no-code is purely a graphical process.
So it’s just a new name for a GUI then?
[Laughing] In a way I suppose so, yes, but then you could describe most things as that, really.
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