Mapping the Tools Enabling a Citizen Developer Era

Today I speak with 2–5 low code projects in various verticals and industries in an average week. Low code has become a lot more popular in the last couple of years. And actually, it’s a pretty hot sector right now. Look at the last YC batch. And I understand why: we (ordinary users) prefer a higher level of abstraction, so operating in a drag and drop environment is much easier and more convenient for us.

‘No-code/low-code’ is a huge part of modern software development. Many people misinterpret its meaning, but the importance of democratizing software development is understood widely. We are no longer dealing with 0’s and 1’s or any other programming language paradigm. Low-code is the next abstraction layer that unlocks the potential for everyone to build anything on the internet.

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