The Rise of Low-Code for Software Development
Date: Thursday, October 4th at 11am PT / 2pm ET
As software development needs rise across all industries, applications and programming languages are becoming more complex. This is leaving many development teams struggling to maintain the required cadence of software delivery while keeping quality high. With dozens of coding frameworks, and multiple programming and scripting languages, developers may feel they are running as fast as they can just to stay in the same place with their skills and productivity.
One increasingly popular answer to this explosion of complexity is low-code, an approach to building applications that lets developers visually design and assemble an application, using code for customization or other specific needs. Low-code platforms let teams create complex applications at the pace their business requires, while actually improving quality and reliability.
This webcast will explain the concept of low-code development, and how it works in building a wide variety of applications, including web applications, mobile apps, portals, and applications supporting internal business processes. Low-code development platforms can even be used to build applications utilizing IoT and blockchain, or to replace aging legacy infrastructure.
Join Mike Hughes from OutSystems and Peter Varhol from Technology Strategy Research, as they describe and discuss low-code platforms and how they are being utilized by enterprises to modernize and extend legacy applications, build applications for immediate mission-critical needs, and realize their digital transformation goals.