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Low-Code For Dummies: Creating Applications using Visual Tools and Model-Driven Processes
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  • Title: Low-Code For Dummies: Creating Applications using Visual Tools and Model-Driven Processes
  • Author(s) Jason Bloomberg, Chuck Tomasi, Brad Tilton
  • Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. (2020); eBook (Free VeriTran and ServiceNow Special Edition)
  • Permission: Free eBook Complimented by VeriTran and ServiceNow
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  • eBook: PDF
  • Language: English
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  • ISBN-13: 978-1-119-65451-3
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Book Description

Many organizations have a priority to digitize their processes and move faster to meet changing business requirements, but IT teams are maxed out and need help. The low-code capabilities allow anyone to automate, extend, and build digital workflows that can unlock productivity. Companies can increase app delivery capacity by empowering more people to build applications with less complexity.

Low-code application development describes creating application software using visual tools and model-driven processes – instead of traditional code-based programming. It reduces the amount of hard coding needed, enabling democratized access to development and an accelerated delivery of apps. A low-code platform can range from a simplistic, free software you can use online to a sophisticated, enterprise-grade application development engine that serves the most complex and highly governed processes.

This book helps you understand how to build better applications faster. In this book, there's something here for professional developers, as well as people in any business role.

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