The Low Code Rush

Low code has replaced the traditional application development method by eliminating various conventional complexities. It enables agile development of robust and intelligent enterprise applications, boosting innovation and productivity.

According to Gartner, “low-code application platforms (LCAP) are expected to remain the largest component of the low-code development technology market through 2022, increasing nearly 30% from 2020 to reach $5.8 billion in 2021.” Low code platform is becoming a popular option for organizations to streamline complex business processes and modernize customer services.

How to Choose an Ideal Low Code Platform?

Every business has its own set of requirements and challenges. Hence it becomes essential to choose the right low code platform that aligns best with your business needs and vision. But given the number of low code platforms available in the market, this decision can become challenging.

Below are six core features that you must consider while evaluating a low code platform:

1. Visual Development Tools and Easy-to-use Interface:

An ideal low code platform comes with a visual, guided, and declarative interface with a drag-and-drop tool. These interactive and easy-to-use features will empower you to develop and deploy robust full-stack applications quickly.

2. Intelligent Automation:

The platform should be able to automate simple to complex enterprise-wide applications. It should be able to leverage artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to analyze data trends and predict the impact of strategic and tactical changes.

3. On-demand Scalability and Task Handling:

Your business often comes across operational needs that require deploying complex applications and upscaling processes. Your chosen platform should have the flexibility to help develop mission-critical applications and upscale operations to ensure the long-term sustainability of business applications.

4. Effortless Application Deployment Options:

The platform must provide intelligent deployment options, including cloud-based, on-premises, and hybrid solutions. These features combined with DevOps tools can help streamline application development while delivering features, bug fixes, and timely updates.

5. Connected Operations:

An ideal low code platform facilitates seamless integration with external data sources and legacy systems using SOAP web services, REST APIs, and ready-to-use integration adaptors. This ensures that your business applications are able to provide a unified view of content by integrating disjointed data sources and applications.

6. Prevents Shadow IT and Improves Compliance:

An excellent low code platform prevents shadow IT practices by enabling central governance, visibility, and guardrails. Applications developed on the platform must adhere to secure coding standards and stay consistent throughout the system.

Learn about Newgen’s low code agile implementation methodology through this whitepaper.

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