Low-code 2020: On the Verge of Domination

As we say goodbye to 2019, we look ahead to 2020 and the excitement it brings. 2019 was another year of amazing growth in the low-code industry and Forrester Research expects the low-code market to keep growing, in fact, they predict a 40% annual growth rate and a market worth $21 billion by 2022. Despite …

Read More >

Who’s Coding Your Business Applications?

No-code/Low-code platforms have rekindled the idea that “amateur” programmers, also known as citizen developers, can increase efficiency and effectiveness throughout the entire business. A citizen developer is a non-IT professional who is capable of solving business problems by creating applications in low-code development environments. For example, Bob from accounting has an idea to make his …

Read More >

Brunswick Chooses Low-Code Over Open Source to Modernize Core App

We recently held a webinar that addressed a rising trend in the use of declarative development styles, and one of the main themes cited by guest speaker, John Rymer, VP, Principal Analyst at Forrester, was the increasing popularity of using low-code solutions to build enterprise applications. Declarative development is a spectrum of techniques and tools …

Read More >

Low-Code >> High Control

Low-Code >> High Control — A LANSA webinar with Forrester Research and Brunswick The term ‘low-code’ was defined by Forrester Research in 2014 to describe a new development platform that enables rapid application delivery with a minimum of hand-coding, and quick setup and deployment, for systems of engagement. Since then, low-code development platforms have further …

Read More >

Migration or Modernization: Costs

Migration or Modernization: Costs How do you choose a new platform? What’s the best plan for transitioning from the IBM i to a new platform? How much will the transition cost be and how long will it take? Or is it better to modernize your IBM i applications? Migration and modernization can become expensive projects. Be sure …

Read More >