Since our goal is to make it as easy as possible for you to get your project idea off the ground and make the most of it, we’re going to review a few tools, especially No-code, that will help you get started quickly and inexpensively.
I think it’s important to talk a little bit about the No-code ahead of time so that you’re better situated. Well, what is the No-code? Why use it?
What is No-Code?
Born in 2019, it is a super important evolution in computer development.
No-Code is a solution that allows coders and non-technical users to create applications using visual modeling and configuration tools.
It accelerates application development and addresses the need for workflow automation and custom software creation faster than traditional coding approaches.
Simply put, No-Code is a visual mediator between the programming platform and end users so that they can create and customize the look and feel of software without touching the code itself.
Why do No-Code?
The current new global movement in the digital age that we are is that, anyone can create digital products without writing a line of code: No-Code.
It doesn’t matter what digital product you want, whether it’s simple websites, payment systems, marketplaces, social media platforms, productivity tools, and more.
No-code empowers business ideas and productivity!
Benefits of using it today?
Reusability: low-code solutions increase the reusability of components through functional libraries and drop-down lists of key application features.
2. Customer experience: No-code allows developers to quickly add new features and customizations as needed. This allows us to adapt to the needs of our customers and users.
3. Functionality updates: since we reuse portions of the code, it is easier to make recurring updates with such a tool.
4. Productivity levels: No-code development allows developers and non-developers to produce more applications or solutions in less time, delivery cycles are normally accelerated.
5. Cost management: No-code can provide a resource-efficient approach to building modular applications, automated processes, and data flows, as well as mitigating the need to hire domain or language-specific developers.
1. The need for programming skills: A good knowledge of architecture and development may be necessary for the execution of projects involving No-code platforms, for the creation of a business application.
2. Knowledge of the information system: it is necessary to understand these No-code tools and their architecture in order to deploy a solution
3. Limited customization: while pre-built modules in No-code platforms are convenient to use, these components are often generic and do not necessarily allow for unique or complex customizations.
4. Limited integration: in a No-code approach, it is often difficult to integrate the platform with advanced IS, complex business applications or large amounts of data.
5. Proprietary lock-in: Lock-in to a vendor is a major concern with No-code systems, as many of these proprietary platforms prevent developers from porting code outside of vendor-defined deployment environments.
6. Security and reliability: With these tools, developers relinquish much of their control to third-party services, which can pose a security risk when working with sensitive business data. This is an increasingly common problem, regardless of the services and tools used.
Some tools to build your MVP in No Code