Low-code has steadily gained prominence among developers, showing that they appreciate low-code's visual builders that make complex use cases easier, with fewer lines of code.
If you're a tech enthusiast, here's why you should be jumping on the low-code bandwagon:
3 recent trends in low-code
Robotic process automation (RPA) - Low-code is now used to develop RPA elements that make it easy to build, deploy, and automate processes that are repetitive, high-volume, and rule-based.
Internet of things (IoT): IoT apps are complex to build, as they need to manage data from devices like sensors, communication devices, cars, and more. Low-code helps developers seamlessly build applications that can sync reams of data into context-aware visuals for end users.
Augmented reality (AR): Low-code has already enabled many device experience for users. And recent progress has made even multi-interaction feasible. Users can now interact with applications via AR, VR, and more.
If you love low-code, or are interested in knowing more about it, here are a few developer events you can check out:
OutSystems: Outsystems is conducting an event for the developer community, to showcase their low-code platform, with feature-specific sessions, such as integration builders, plus discussions of various use cases. Click here to join: https://www.outsystems.com/nextstep/osdc/#
Zoho Creator: Zoho Creator is hosting their virtual hackathon, inviting amateur and experienced developers to build apps on their low-code platform. They've made it even more attractive, with $10k in prize gift vouchers for the top 3 winners. Click here to register: https://www.zoho.com/creator/low-code-hackathon
With low-code solidifying its place as the future of software development, attending events for various platform providers helps to connect with like-minded developers and better understand the trends in this space.
Источник: dev.tobeginners hacktoberfest devops