Digital apps revolutionized several aspects of our everyday living. We use them to track our fitness routines, manage our work deliverables, stay entertained, shop, and do many other activities.
Businesses have been trying to leverage this trend by building apps that would connect their target audience with their brand.
But building apps from scratch is neither easy nor affordable.
Once upon a time, it cost an organization, business, or start-up tens of thousands of dollars to create apps and software. Moreover, it would take months to develop a minimum viable product.
But the rise of low-code development solutions made app and system creation so much easier. Now, a company can create its own contextual service with a smaller development team and roll it out at a fraction of the time it takes to launch an application built from scratch.
Is low-code development the future of the digital age? How do these solutions prepare individuals and businesses for the future?