Tech Tip: Stay Ahead with ‘No Code’ Tools


The demand for new software often outstrips the stock of available coders, a trend that has led to many businesses looking to adopt what are called “no code” tools to help them build the software they need. Let’s take a look at such tools and how they can help businesses stay ahead of the game.

What Are No Code Tools?

Software is made up of code, and when you take all of that away, it’s binary code. All programming languages stem from binary code, and these days, software developers have made it quite easy for people who don’t know programming languages to code their own applications or build web-based constructs.

When code isn’t involved, even laypeople have plenty of possibilities for web and application development, including the following:

  • Efficiently create mobile app builders, databases and productivity tools, website builders, document and form builders, email marketing software, membership platforms, eCommerce websites, web-based forums, and automation tools.
  • Build mobile and web-based applications.
  • Create operational efficiencies that circumvent redundant software issues.
  • Test concepts in application or website form affordably before hiring coders.app

What are the Benefits of No Code Tools?

There are various benefits to using no-code tools:

  • Development speed: Naturally, if web and application development can be simplified or made easier, then development speed will increase.
  • Lower costs of development: Coders and developers are expensive to hire, so even simple coding tasks can have a low return on investment, if any. No code tools allow users to dodge these expenses.
  • More accessibility: No code tools mean that people with little-to-no experience coding can still build and deploy their own tools.

How is your business going to leverage these changes in the digital landscape? Are you going to embrace no code solutions?

Computerware can help your business implement any kind of technology solution on the market with the least amount of frustration. To learn more, contact us at (703) 821-8200 today.

Alan Edwards, CISM, is chief information officer at Computerware, Inc., in Vienna, Virginia.

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