According to Gartner, low-code platforms will be responsible for more than 65% of all application development by 2024. Low-code development is defined as software that allows users to use visual editors such as drag-and-drop editors to create complex, high functioning enterprise applications without having to write long, repetitive lines of code.
Low-code application development is an easy alternative to traditional, time-consuming application development methods. Therefore, many may mistake low-code technology as a lazy approach to application development. However, low-code software platforms are actually an extremely smart tool that businesses can use to increase their organizational efficiency and overall productivity.