Not too long ago, you had to learn one or more programming languages to successfully build and deploy a software product. Entrepreneurs with brilliant ideas were at the mercy of tech-natives, and there seemed to be nothing anyone could do about it. Unfortunately, the traditional method of app development is
No-Code Web App Testing
Improve software performance with regression testingA few years ago, the National Security Agency discovered a potentially dangerous flaw in Microsoft's operating system. According to the Washington Post, the flaw could expose users to 'significant breaches, surveillance or disruption.' The software giants had no option but to backdate and fix
No-code development platforms are becoming increasingly popular as more companies look to reduce time to market as well as eliminate developer dependency and other rigors of app development. These platforms provide point-and-click tools that allow developers and non-developers to quickly design and launch applications, websites, marketplaces, web products, or tools.