According to IDC, there are 1.76 million low-code developers representing 7.5% of the world's developer population, and about 4.0% of the world’s full-time developer population.
IDC expects demand for rapid application development to significantly expand both low-code and no-code developer populations within the next three to five years," said Arnal Dayaratna, research director, Software Development at IDC.
Fuelled by shortened software development cycles, disruptive market conditions and increasingly demanding customers, enterprises need to create better software faster. Low-code development platforms can help Asia-Pacific enterprises turn into the digital innovation factories they need to be to survive and thrive now.
Click here to download this IDC infobrief and read about the evolving developer landscape.
For a practical and candid discussion on low-code, listen to Leonard Tan, Singapore country manager for OutSystems on what low-code is, it’s uses, and what it isn’t. Including some tips of improving its value to the business.