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Building Apps With A 50/50 Custom Solution

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.

Building Apps Using Low-Code

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.

Building Apps Using No Code

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.

Are Your Web Applications Secure?

Most businesses focused the last two years on keeping their company cyber-safe in their cloud-based systems while switching to remote work. However, not much consideration has been given to web application security. The cyberwar in Ukraine has given attention to what we all know instinctively – cybercriminals are getting more innovative, more organized, and more resourceful. Web application attacks, from API-based threats to distributed denial of service (DDoS), are growing fast, and their tactics are getting more sophistication.

The Pros and Cons of Web 3.0

Web 3.0 is the third version of the internet and will bring a pattern shift in the way users browse, socially interact, or shop. While Web 2.0 provides better communication and online interactions, this newer version will focus on improving personalization, collective ownership, and sharing of content.

Why Your Application Should Integrate with Sales CRM

Your relationship with your customers is the core of your business. So, managing this relationship using a CRM is critical to building brand loyalty and your revenue. Since CRM systems are essential in tracking customers and automating workflows, it makes sense for successful businesses to rely on a custom Application to automate processes with their CRM and streamline a customer’s journey through the sales funnel.

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