Is no-code development the future?

What is no-code development?

As it stands in the name of it, it is a solution for people who don’t know how to code. It is similar to WordPress, where you can create your no-code app by dragging each component to the sheet you are working on.

Who is it made for?

Everyone can make use out of it, especially companies. If it comes to creating a prototype of a project, it could be cost-effective to start by making the app with no-code technology.
On the other hand, civil people can start chasing their dreams of becoming successful entrepreneurs. But it is important to emphasize, that you have to be familiar with drag-and-drop building!

What can you create with this technology?

There are two main usages of no-code app builders.
a. mobile applications
b. web applications

Many no-code companies have pre-built templates, which you can use
when making your own web/mobile application. Even if you don’t feel like bringing your designer skills up to the surface, it could be a good starting point. If we are looking at our time management, this reduces the time spent on coding. While it took months, or even years coding an app before, you can easily complete it in a month, or even in a few weeks, if you have experience.

Pricing

Let’s talk about pricing a bit. No-code development platforms are usually subscription-based, where prices are calculated based on the complexity of a project. It starts from 8 USD up to 200 USD, or even more, based on your personal needs.

Summary: No-code app development is a growing market. It can help to take the first steps to grow your own company. Based on the costs, it is a great solution to be as cost-effective as possible and even helps to manage your time as you wish, because making an app on any of these platforms takes almost no time.

“Each step you take reveals a new horizon. You have taken the first step today. Now I challenge you to take another.” Dan Poynter

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