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TECH SUPPLIER Jun 2019 - Market Perspective - Doc # AP44697819

Low-Code and No-Code Practices for the Modern Developer Experience in Asia/Pacific (Excluding Japan)

By: Linus LaiVice President

Abstract

Software development is beginning to adopt low-code and no-code practices in response to the pace and pressures of ubiquitous digital transformation. Low-code and no-code practices and platforms, which simplify or entirely remove manual coding from the software development process, promise to address the growing emphasis by enterprises on agility.

"In Asia/Pacific (excluding Japan), the careers of developers have taken off in the business-to-consumer (B2C) apps economy, which traditionally has been focused on the start-up venture-funded space, but the low-code/no-code adoption we are seeing in the enterprise segment presents professional software developers with an excellent opportunity to enter higher-level influence around business strategy and direction," comments Linus Lai, VP, IDC Asia/Pacific Software and Services.


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