How does no-code work?
A codebase is a series of instructions translated into a language that a machine can understand. At its core, no-code is a layer of visual abstraction between the programmer and these instructions, so users design the look and behavior of a piece of software without ever having to write out any of the instructions. This simplification makes development faster and more accessible.
For example, the process of applying for a loan online might include the following commands: