Under increasing pressure to quicken their time to market, organizations across every industry have caught on to the advantages of low-code platforms as a way to support rapid development.
Although it differs a great deal from traditional technologies, such as Java or C#, low-code development is still software engineering. That means the same best practices for line-based software development must be applied. Failure to do so opens the door to quality issues that slow down business innovation – and negates the low-code benefits the organization sought in the first place.
For low-code however, these practices require a slightly different approach for success. This eBook provides:
- 5 guidelines for Development teams to manage and maintain the technical quality of applications, ensuring that defects can be fixed quickly and new functionality added efficiently.
- 3 guidelines for Management to prevent issues leading to reduced business agility and longer time to market.
With an understanding that the same software quality principles apply to low-code development, development teams and their management put themselves in the best position possible to capture the benefits promised by this new technology – and maintain them in the long run.