Richard M Marshall
The Low-Code Renaissance Continues
I'm a long-term fan of low- and no-code development tools, and I am glad to see that the market is evolving and maturing in much the way that I had hoped and expected. I had a demo of Plant an App this week and it's great to see so many useful and powerful features come together in an elegant, flowing solution. Ease of adoption coupled with simple access to more powerful capabilities plus a pragmatic pricing model make this one to watch.
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Independent research, not sponsored, confirming my observations from last year.