Any IT manager tasked with building a new (or extending an existing) web or mobile app will nod their head in agreement when I say selecting the right development tool that rapidly builds responsive web apps, integrates with everything, and is easy to maintain is critical to its success.
Forrester estimates that by 2019, the low-code platform market will reach over $10 billion in revenue. Low-code platforms are attractive because of their ease of use, access to many databases and APIs, and drag-and-drop UIs. They also enable developers to skip hand coding from scratch yet build complex enterprise apps that integrate with existing business systems.
In this video tutorial, David Brault, LANSA Product Marketing Manager, gives you exclusive access to LANSA’s low-code developer framework.
Watch and learn how:
- the framework provides loads of built-in functionality that requires no coding and a user experience that is fully cross-browser and optimized for both mobile and desktop viewing.
- using a two-step process, you’ll see how easy it is to build a prototype and integrate it with an existing database, without writing a single line of code.
- developers aren’t forced to wade through multiple levels of web technologies and open source frameworks to make changes.
See for yourself how LANSA’s low-code framework enables IT to quickly build and maintain integrated web and mobile apps with full control and no constraints.