Coders need not hit the panic button right away and re-skill or relearn everything, as the easy-to-use and cost-reducing LC/NC still represents a ‘small minority of application landscapes,’ says an expert. Of course there will always be a demand for skilled programmers to create interfaces between legacy systems and new LC/NC solutions. But more importantly, this has opened up entirely new job roles.
Low-code is a way to generate code automatically through visual building blocks like drag-and-drop and pull-down menus. This requires some coding from the user. No-code, on the other hand, comes under low-code, requires no coding from the user and has ready-to-use coding blocks.While there is no immediate need to hit the panic button and re-skill or relearn everything, this is an opportunity for coders to make sure they don’t miss the bus to the future.