7 innovative ways to use low-code tools and platforms

Some developers and business leaders believe that low-code is only for small, lightly used applications such as replacing spreadsheets and building dashboards. “These tools, in general, aren’t well suited to more advanced applications,” says Steve Jones, devops advocate at  Red Gate Software. With heavier use and more complex data manipulation requirements, he says, “they often start to fail and cause workload and performance issues.”

I’ve used low-code and no-code platforms for over two decades and have written extensively about them, including articles on how generative AI is changing low-code, using low-code to accelerate application modernization, and how no-code drives innovation. I’ve also discussed the eight signs your low-code platform is overpromising and underdelivering on business needs.

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