When we started diving into what is widely understood about low code platforms, we thought we'd uncovered 5 big myths.
Turns out, maybe there are 4 myths, and one truth! (Almost truth? Semi-truth?)
M Y T H 1: Low-code is for “citizen developers." We bust that one.
M Y T H 2: Low-code is only for simple applications. We bust that one.
M Y T H 3: Low-code means no collaboration or reusability. We bust that one.
M Y T H 4: Low-code means no programming. We bust that one.
M Y T H 5: Low-code platforms are proprietary. Umm...
Open source != proprietary, but open source != free either. What do you think about this one?