Tuesday, March 22, 2016

"Low Code" apps platfroms

A new buzz-word for "higher abstraction level" apps. The name should be more uplifting.

A common challenge: hiding too much, and no common vocabulary (explicit semantics)
A good solutions would be a web++, not rigid as semantic web but flexible as html.

New Development Platforms Emerge For Customer-Facing Applications
Vendor Landscape: The Fractured, Fertile Terrain Of Low-Code Application Platforms @ Forrester Research

Use Low-Code Platforms to Develop the Apps Customers Want | CIO

How low-code development seeks to accelerate software delivery - SD Times
low code vendor diagram

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