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My prediction for a codeless enterprise software future

No-lo code is about creating applications without needing to see or use software code. Given that most of us were not born with coding superpowers that might considered be a good thing. In this article, I predict the rapid adoption of codeless enterprise software platforms in the very near-term and give my reasons why.

Get to know Robotic Process Automation (RPA)

Robotic process automation is a type of business process automation technology based on the use of software that mimics the behaviors of humans to process and share data.

What is Agile Codeless?

Agile Codeless is a software development life-Cycle (SDLC) approach that embraces codeless authoring tools and methods to produce enterprise apps

What is Codeless Software?

Codeless software is a type of enterprise computing platform used to design, deploy and operate software apps without the use of, or visual presence of code

What is a HPaPaaS – and do you need one?

HPaPaaS stands for ‘high productivity application Platform as a Service’ – a platform that provides app designers with tools to build enterprise apps fast.

Wireframing

A wireframe is a visual representation and skeletal framework of a web application. Wireframes are used to help applications designers, users and stakeholders to come together.

Rapid Application Development

Rapid-application development (RAD) is a term used to describe any form of adaptive approach that speeds up the process of creating and deploying software applications.

No-lo code software (‘lo-no software’)

Lo-no code software (‘lo-no software’) is a short-hand description for low-code or no-code software development methods and tools.

Explaining enterprise software development life-cycle

Software development is the process of scoping, designing, deploying, documenting, testing, and tuning software applications.’

Data Integration

Data Integration is a term used to describe a collection of methods, tools and technologies used to connect more than one data source together, normally for the purpose of sharing, consuming or serving information.