no-code software development

No-Code Software Development: A simple guide

Software projects these days are exceeding the number of coders available. There is a demand for software development designs to have systems so that a common person can develop software with limited or no technical knowledge at all. No code software makes it possible today. Hence the increasing demand for no code and low code development. No code development is a development concept that can help organizations escape the software developer skills shortage.

In short, It is a software development concept for building software that elevates your coding experience from textual to visual. You do not need to execute a single line of code and you can create software projects. 

A common misconception

A common misconception is that no code is the same as low-code. Low code and no code might have a similar objective of shifting the coding experience from textual to visual but they both are different in terms of implementation. 

  1. No code is built for non-tech people to create software applications. It emphasizes what to do but not how to do it. Whereas, low code on the other hand is a development frame that requires a professional developer to finish things off.
  2. Usually, it has a drag-and-drop interface. With no code you, the app creator define what the app does rather than how it does it. Whereas, low code platforms have pre-built functionality that enables users to build their application to a certain point but then later it will need the skills of a professional developer.

Another major misconception is that no code is used for all simple applications. But in reality, today many complicated applications are built using no-code software platforms.

How can no code help businesses?

  1. Speed:
    No-code platforms help businesses in increasing productivity as apps can be built at a much faster pace.
  2. Scale:
    No code codes are also easily changeable because you can implement a new logic and you can have your change, unlike traditional means of coding.
  3. Cost:
    Also, it can reduce the software development cost by hiring developers can get expensive. If you want to learn other effective ways to reduce software development costs, please read this.
  4. Reliability:
    With automated testing development time is also reduced. However, users must have a clear understanding of their requirements.
  5. Security:
    There can be a security risk as you do not own the code however it is great to build simple, out-of-the-box solutions with minimal customization

What to look out for in a no-code platform?

1. Ease of use. 

Your no-code platform must be easy to use. That is the most important thing to consider. If your no-code platform has many difficult functionalities wouldn’t it defeat the purpose?

2. Collaboration. 

Your platform must support collaboration from other developers to make sure that the software doesn’t need a lot of changes after it is created. Also, a collaborative tool will make sure that you can create better software projects. 

3. Cloud deployment

A good no-code platform will have everything online. This will make things easier and make the development process faster.

With technologies like no-code and low-code development frameworks, developers can create software with rich functionality easily.

As technology gives you the tools to create value in the market, Assystant will help you choose the right technology to create value-based solutions for your business objectives. Contact us to get in touch with one of our consultants for free consultations.

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