FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions – Low code2024-02-28T09:31:24+01:00

Frequently Asked Questions

Low code

If you are thinking about developing your next application with Low code, you may have some doubts.

These are some of the most frequently asked questions that often arise when thinking about betting on the development of apps with this technology.

If you still have any doubts or questions, please contact us. We will be glad to help you.

What is Low code?2024-02-28T12:43:11+01:00

Low code is a form of programming that adopts a visual drag-and-drop approach, allowing applications to be created more quickly and using far fewer resources.

What is a Low code platform?2024-02-28T12:40:25+01:00

A Low code platform is an integrated development environment that has pre-built templates and components to facilitate and accelerate the work of application development, dispensing, as far as possible, with traditional code programming.

What is Low code application development?2024-02-28T12:38:19+01:00

This is a type of development that reduces (but does not eliminate) the amount of programming that needs to be written. In this way, it is possible to create multi-device and multi-platform applications in a faster way and allowing to apply changes or corrections as the development is in progress. Thanks to Low code programming it is possible to deliver intermediate versions to customers so that they can test functionalities, test UI and UX or suggest changes to improve the application.

What applications can be developed with Low code?2024-02-28T12:37:24+01:00

Any type of application can be developed with Low code.

What are the advantages of the Low code?2024-02-28T12:35:53+01:00

Low code allows a much faster development than traditional programming, so it is also more economical. In addition, the fact of being able to test the application as it is being developed makes it much easier to apply changes or improvements. The reuse of architecture and data between different projects speeds up development time. Finally, it is very easy to move a development to different platforms and different devices (they are responsive developments).

Can I use Low-code to develop mobile applications?2024-02-28T12:34:55+01:00

The development of applications using Low code follows a mobile-first approach, which means that, although it is possible to run them in desktop environments, the default development already takes into account their use on mobile platforms, either through web-apps or as native applications. This type of development does not oblige the developer to maintain different codes depending on the device on which it will run.

What are the advantages of developing with Low code?2024-02-28T12:32:55+01:00
The main advantage is the speed of development, which is up to 10 times faster than traditional programming.
In addition, up to 80% fewer resources are required and it is possible to reuse elements, templates and activities from previous projects.
Users can review the application in early versions during development to make changes, corrections or improvements.
Applications developed with Low code are easier to maintain and easier to update with new functionalities.
How long does it take to develop an application with Low code?2024-02-28T12:31:44+01:00

Although it depends on its complexity, the development of an application with Low code can be ready between three and eight weeks. This means that companies can have their software ready up to 10 times faster than traditional developments.

Are Low-code platforms secure in terms of data protection and privacy?2024-02-28T12:30:36+01:00

As in any other type of development, the programmer is responsible for specifying the security of the application, however, low-code platforms already have many security features as standard that make them more secure than traditional developments.

How does Low-code differ from traditional development methods?2024-02-28T12:29:02+01:00
While traditional development forces you to program 100% of the application, low-code platforms already provide some of the work in the form of pre-built modules, templates and activities, which speeds up the development start-up. In addition, it is easier to apply changes and enhancements during the process and post-development updates are also easier to implement.
Low code development is faster, simpler and cheaper than traditional methods, guaranteeing the integrity of the development and facilitating its export on different platforms and all types of devices.
What is the difference between Low code and No code?2024-02-28T12:27:59+01:00
The main difference is that, while Low code requires the developer to do part of the programming manually, No code developments do not include any additional programming.
This makes Low code developments much more useful and have greater potential, allowing the creation of more complex applications with more functionalities.
How much does it cost to develop with Low code?2024-02-28T12:26:49+01:00

Low code development is much more economical than classic programming, it is faster and budgets can be more easily adjusted in case of changes or improvements.

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