SEPTEMBER 20224The fundamental tenet of the no-code movement is that technology ought to enable and facilitate the creation of things that people can use on a daily basis. In no-code development, software is created using a graphical user interface rather than a programming language. Because of their increasing popularity, developers, business users, and non-programmers can create safe and comprehensible custom tools without writing any code by using GUIs (Graphical User Interfaces). As a result, more businesses are probably going to use no-code tools to scale quickly expanding businesses.It's not necessarily a new trend, but how big and how quickly is the market for low-code and no-code development platforms growing?With today's no-code and low-code tools, enterprises can swiftly develop and roll out unique solutions. Both programmers and non-programmers are using these technologies more frequently to hasten the creation of ideas. Over the previous five years, 'no-code' searches on Google have considerably increased.Although the no-code trend is relatively young, the industry's recent boom is the direct product of years of toil and research. No-code platforms now make it simple for builders to produce a variety of technology-powered goods after years of development. Businesses adopt digital transformation without sacrificing their profitability. In contrast to traditional development, which might take months or even years to finish, no-code platforms allow application developers to create applications in three months or less. Low-code platforms enable software engineers to create applications visually rather than through the writing of code, speeding up their development and facilitating the involvement of business experts in the supply of solutions. The future is bright! With more specialised solutions than ever before accessible to address specialised problems and automate particular processes, the ecosystem of no-code solutions is fast growing. No-code has become increasingly popular, although it does have some drawbacks. Organizations should continue think about good design and best practises even if they go to no-code or low-code to keep an eye on how their solutions will be executed.Do let us know your thoughts. Emmanuel Christi DasEditoreditor@siliconindia.comAccelerating Innovation EDITOR'S NOTE Vol 8 · Issue 01 · SEPTEMBER 2022 Publisher Alok Chaturvedi Special Editor Emmanuel Christi Das Editorial Team Komal Banchhor Akansha Chak Shiwani Pradhan Srabani Ganguly Sales & Marketing Arvind chakaravarthy B.Roshini Singh Deepika S Nischita P Naik Sahana N Poojary Editorial Queries editor@siliconindia.com To subscribe Visit: www.siliconindia.com/subscribe/ Cover price is Rs. 150 per issue.Printed and Published By Alok Chaturvedi on behalf of Siliconmedia Technologies Pvt Ltd and Printed at Precision Fototype Services at Sri Sabari Shopping Complex, 24 Residency Road Bangalore-560025 and Published At No. 124, 2nd Floor, Surya Chambers, Old Airport Road, Murugeshpalya, Bangalore-560017. Editor Alok ChaturvediCopyright © 2022 SiliconMedia Technologies Pvt Ltd, All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or part of any text, photography or illustrations without written permission from the publisher is prohibited. The publisher assumes no responsibility for unsolicited manuscripts, photographs or illustrations. Views and opinions expressed in this publication are not necessarily those of the magazine and accordingly, no liability is assumed by the publisher.sales@siliconindia.comCirculation Manager Magendran PerumalGM Sales & Marketing Shashi RanjansiliconindiaManager - Design Prabhudutta A.R.N RayArt Manager Suanya ChakrabortyVisualiser Mrigank Sharma
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