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Les équipes informatiques doivent constamment relever de nouveaux défis pour concevoir, développer, déployer et gérer un portefeuille croissant d'applications web et mobiles, que ce soit pour des processus internes ou pour le grand public. Découvrez les meilleurs pratiques lors de l'implémentation de ces technologies. 

Here is a complete guide to master Low code & No code.


Technical teams are constantly facing new challenges in the design, development, deployment and management of a growing portfolio of web and mobile applications, whether for internal or customer-oriented processes. To maintain the overall security of information systems architecture, IT Departments can opt for mutualized development using pre-designed components, processes and models, guaranteeing robust, customizable solutions. The aim is to reduce the Time to Market of new mobile applications. Low-code platforms democratize the production of mobile and web applications, or transform existing business applications. They ensure that customers have the appropriate security, governance and enterprise-level performance to deliver a rich user experience. A comprehensive guide to the challenges faced by No code/Low code platforms and the best practices to adopt. Quite unknown a few years ago in the world of web and mobile development, the Low- code is gaining ground and aims to be a major player in the development world in the coming years. But some may still ask the (legitimate) question of : What is “Low-Code” ? It is a way to develop and design software applications faster and simpler, significantly reducing the amount of code to write yourself. Several positive points about this new system: It allows experienced developers to increase their performance by not neglecting the quality of their productions and allows “beginners” developers to create applications more simply and intuitively. Indeed, by using visual modeling through a graphical interface, configuring and building applications has never been more accessible. To take a slightly more explicit example, let’s take the building case, we can build brick by brick or in a more efficient way using standard components, but nevertheless customizable. All within automated processes, allowing a shorter delivery time for the products, without altering their quality. Low-code platforms allow you to avoid repetitive tasks, to focus on the key parts of your application, and increase your productivity. In addition, they rely on standard market technologies, which has two advantages. On the one hand, it allows you to rely on standard components, on the other hand, it allows you to create components for specific needs tailored to your business. Low Code: What is it exactly ? Many developers in the software world rely on different libraries, Api’s that will allow them to focus on THE added value they can bring to the application. Low code will allow these developers to offer tools that help them visually build complete applications, using the “drag and drop” method, which will allow a better overall vision of the application’s construction and a time’s optimization, thus reducing considerably the number of lines of code to be written. That means being more productive while having an equally optimal quality. Low-code development platforms can be divided into 3 main areas: • First, there is a visual development environment, where we will be able to define the user interface thanks to drag and drop, to be able to add actions, animations. This is what will create the base of the application, both visually and functionally. It is even possible to add your own hand-code to add custom features • Then there are the connectors that allow us to extract data from scattered sources. The Convertigo platform has many such as SAP, Web Services, Nosql, Salesforce, Twitter, Linkedin and Office365, and others... • Finally, there are automated tools that will build the application, dump it, maintain his organization, test the final version for the user, etc...