Not all no-code tools are the same. We talk about two especially useful subcategories: no-learn and no-work. Another software revolution in the making?
I don’t see any significant technical novelty in the low-code movement. But I do not see this as being negative. More the opposite. Read why I think the low-code movement represents a great opportunity for the modeling community.
A few ideas on where modeling (and modeling tools) should go next, including alternative interfaces, benefitting from AI advances and evolving towards a more personalized notion of modeling
The journey to create, and then make fully open source, a low-code development platform. Empowering citizens to develop the services they need.
The rising popularity of no-code and low-code tools just shows once again the importance of abstraction mechanisms and (implicit/explicit) models
All system modeling approaches miss key aspects like collaboration, variant handling or life cycle management