The Low Code No Code Debate
What’s the difference and which is right for you?
Excellent question! Yes, with Betty Blocks you have. Low-code and no-code platforms have evolved rapidly. You can go as complex as you like, the easiest way possible. Don't just take our word for it, find out yourself in a personalized platform demonstration based on your business case.
Although it’s easier for non-experienced developers to begin using no-code platforms, both low code and no code support citizen development in the same fundamental way: they reduce the need for writing code. Using drag-and-drop functionality and pre-coded blocks, low-code and no-code tools lower the technical barrier to entry to application development.
This has a wide array of benefits including speeding up the development lifecycle, expanding the developer pool, bringing business insights into the development process, and ultimately enabling better solutions.
At Betty Blocks, we understand that every organization is different and that goals, strategies, and resources change over time. That’s why our platform can be used as either a low-code or a no-code platform. Betty Blocks is a citizen development platform first and foremost. It enables citizen developers, whether on the business side or in IT, to speed up the development process and build better solutions in a safe and governed environment.
Betty Blocks gives you the freedom to build advanced applications by using citizen development in the way that best suits your organization. Is your focus on enabling your experienced developers to build faster? Use Betty Blocks as a low-code platform. Or, does your IT department have a huge backlog whilst business-side employees are itching to solve problems? Use Betty Blocks as a no-code platform. And, of course, knowing how to use the platform effectively for your specific needs is something we’re here to help with. Reach out to one of our citizen development experts here.
Want to know more about citizen development? We recommend starting with our whitepaper: Getting Started With Citizen Development.