According to Gartner, low-code will be responsible for more than 65% of all application development activity by 2024. Low-code is defined as a visual approach to application software development that allows developers with little to no traditional coding experience to create complex, high-functioning software without writing long lines of repetitive code.
Low-code development platforms use features such as graphic editors and drag-and-drop tools to empower citizen developers to create enterprise applications. There are also different types of low code platforms, namely proprietary and open-source software.
Open-source is defined as software publicly available and licensed. So that users can access, modify and distribute to source code. Open-source software relies on collaboration and flexibility, with open-source software being less expensive and having more longevity than its closed source counterparts.
How Open-Source Is Improving The Low-Code Scenario:
1) Cross-Departmental Collaboration
Open-source, low-code platforms allow application development teams to incorporate both experienced, knowledgeable software developers and business professionals that will be the actual users of the enterprise application.
This means that we can make applications much more quickly than ever before. And we can tailor the user’s interface to their actual needs and preferences.
Businesses are expected to adapt and conform to changing market trends and consumer needs. An open-source, low-code approach to development provides businesses with the flexibility to continuously tailor and customize their services to consumer wants and needs. Application specifications and features can be easily upgraded or changed within just a few minutes.
Security and data privacy are crucial for ensuring proper management of your organization and maintaining existing customer relationships. However, keeping track of the encryption of multiple different databases and records can prove to be extremely disorganized and difficult.
It is easy to automate security and compliance measures with the assistance of low-code open-source platforms. Digital technology can be used to automatically detect and address encryption issues and deviances from set regulations.
Open-source platforms provide businesses with the ability to monitor and control all organizational operations easily. Therefore, businesses can leverage the power of these types of platforms to reduce their overall maintenance costs substantially.
Corteza’s low code platform can significantly increase the speed of the application development cycle, which means that organizations can produce more applications in less time. In fact, according to Redhat, low code solutions have the potential to reduce development time by 90%.
Corteza – Changing the Low-Code Sector
Corteza, Crust’s digital work platform, offers valuable open-source software to help your business take advantage of the current low-code scenario. Corteza’s open-source low-code platform is cost-effective, provides opportunities for cross-departmental collaboration, and offers increased flexibility and security.
Corteza’s API-centric, visually focused interface is set to change the low-code sector as a whole by automating and streamlining a large aspect of the development process. Try a demo so that you can take advantage of the variety of benefits that open-source, low-code software has to offer.