No Code / Low Code for Extensibility

Extend the functionality of your existing application stack with no code and low code tools.

No Code / Low Code Tools and Use Cases for Extensibility

Today, businesses of all sizes are looking for ways to extend the functionality of their existing applications. No code and low code tools have become increasingly popular as a way to support these extensibility needs. No code tools allow businesses to build customizations without having to write any code, while low code tools require some coding but are still much easier and faster to use than traditional development tools. No code and low code tools can be used for a variety of purposes, such as embedding functionality, accessing application data through an API, or calling stored procedures. As businesses strive to stay agile and competitive, no code and low code solutions will become increasingly essential.

How Extensibility Teams Use No Code / Low Code Tools

Smart Extensibility teams are leveraging no code and low code tools for activities like:

Embed Functionality

Custom HTML

Custom JavaScript

Stored Procedure Calling

Access to app data through and API

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No Code / Low Code Resources

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No Code / Low Code 101

Get a high level overview of the no code / low code space and why it’s so powerful. Learn what no code / low code is, what it’s good for, and where it’s going next.

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Use Cases

Check out our collection of common business use cases for no code and low code tools to get some inspiration for your next project.

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Guides and Research

At Nymbl, we study as much as we build. Explore our library of approachable guides and research on the most popular low code and no code tools.

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