The arguments against no-code software are, by this point, well-known. What’s discussed less is the mounting evidence testifying to no code’s utility and potential.
No-code is gaining in popularity, in large part by necessity. But this is having another impact: Across the board, the obvious need for — and increasingly proven potential of — no-code technology is voiding the formerly unimpeachable arguments against no-code adoption.
This is something that, as a long-time champion of no-code, Tonkean CEO and co-founder Sagi Eliyahu is particularly excited by.
Read on to learn about a few of the most common arguments made against no-code, with explanations of why they are irrelevant or wrong.