Low-code and no-code are making developers’ jobs better in two ways

You have probably heard “Maslow’s Hammer” before: “If the only tool you have is a hammer, it is tempting to treat everything as if it were a nail.”

Developers often have the temptation to build apps by writing code; well-structured, scalable, well-architected, and tailor-made code. It takes time, a lot of time, to develop software the right way. On the other hand, the business always demands quicker results and lower costs. Hence the desire for low code. But relying on low code alone can take you to dead-end streets. How do you balance these two aspects? By orchestrating custom development and low-code together.

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