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What’s the difference between low-code and no-code?

Published on
January 17, 2023
What’s the difference between low-code and no-code?

When evaluating low-code vs no-code tools, you should know that low-code and no-code they are largely similar in that they both enable rapid development of software and complex applications by both technical and non-technical users. low-code tools typically require some knowledge of coding and development best practices, while no-code platforms are focused on providing a code-free experience.

Both can be good options to build your project but there's a lot of nuance in that decision which factors into your project requirements, which is one of the many areas where the team at Nymbl can help.

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