With the advent of new technologies, startups and businesses are no longer required to hire developers to code from scratch. Instead, with software development tools, any startup can create apps and test its ideas without needing to shed a lot of money, resources, and time to build something that may succeed or fail in the market.
Gartner forecasts that by 2024, almost 65% of all app development will be low-code. It means low-code development will take place for many scenarios, with customer code development being the go-to for big projects. This blog looks at the merits and demerits of using low code development tools and custom code to create products and briefly discusses the factors that help you determine which method suits your business the best.