Not all no-code is created equal
No-code isn’t a new technology breakthrough. WYSIWYG web editors from the 90s were technically no-code. However, until recently, most no-code tools were focused on helping users with limited coding expertise build basic digital creations (e.g., static “brochure” websites) or to streamline niche business tasks (e.g., simple integrators).
Today, a new generation of enterprise-grade no-code application platforms such as Unqork have radically expanded the scope and capabilities of no-code. These platforms empower large organizations to rapidly develop and effectively manage sophisticated, scalable solutions without writing a single line of code.
There are a variety of no-code tools on the market. While they all allow users to develop software without writing code, they aren’t necessarily suited to developing robust enterprise software.