We have focused our recent articles on No-Code and Low-Code platform options. No-code is typically used to create apps that handle simple functions, while at the same time, Low-code is a little more robust in allowing developers to develop stronger solutions without writing much code. The differences increase when building an application with a half-custom 50/50 solution. This type of development uses highly evolved integrations, such as SharePoint, ServiceNow, and SalesForce, and are perfect examples of platforms where building extensive custom happens within these applications.
As explained in our recent article, Building Apps Using No-code, the No-Code platform option is typically used to create apps that handle simple functions. So, what are the key differences between No-code and Low-code? To start with, Low-code is a little more robust and allows developers to create stronger solutions without writing a lot of code. Low-code platforms provide visual editors and reusable actions that developers can drag and drop into processes for rapid development. This platform enables developers to assemble and build applications without researching, writing quickly and testing new scripts.
No-code development platforms are tools for building software applications without coding. While this seems like a promising alternative to traditional software development, you must wonder what is left out because computers run on code. Is no-code like out-of-the-box software? Well, yes and no. This platform looks like a good answer, especially since non-technical business users always look for ways to build their full-fledged applications. But before considering this alternative, consider these platforms’ advantages and disadvantages.
Rather than investing in databases, software, and hardware, choosing a resource-sharing provider like Amazon Web Services (AWS) or Microsoft Azure can save revenue. This pay-for-as-you-use cloud computing model allows users to rent rather than purchase IT infrastructure. While both cloud providers AWS and Azure have functions and services distributed across multiple data centers, how do you know which is best for your business? Here are some of the differences to consider.
After creating a new mobile app, the next natural thing to do is measure its performance. Obviously, you will need some time to develop a healthy base to measure, but It’s important to track the performance and continuously build and improve your users’ experience. Here are five things to consider when calculating your app’s performance.
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If you invest in the mobile application development process, you must be aware of your expenses. Some costs are often not thought of or even discussed during the idea stage, so knowledge of hidden fees helps you avoid possible financial disruption later in your development process. Here are six hidden essential cost expenditures to know.
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Blockchain technology is everywhere and taking the world by storm. The application scenarios in business are countless; so, while most people think of Blockchain as being limited to cryptocurrencies, there are many more advantages. This is especially true in logistics, where the technology helps track inventory and improve shipping and invoicing.
Since Cryptocurrency spending continues to grow in physical stores and websites, businesses are now considering integrating cryptocurrencies into their web applications. It makes sense since customers don’t see a difference between purchasing with Cryptocurrency or US dollars for their digital apps, game items, and other media. Using blockchain payments adds more security and increases revenue by capitalizing on the cryptocurrency movement. So, here are a few reasons why you should consider cryptocurrency payments.