As a Business development agency, we quickly adopt new potential solutions within our organization so that you, the client, can benefit directly from them. The trend of automation continues uninhibited and so-called No Code solutions result in the ability to launch digital (Web) applications without programmers anyway. No Code; what is it and why might it be of interest to your organization? In this article, we explore this in more detail.

In brief:

  • No Code; what exactly is it?
  • What are the advantages and disadvantages of No Code?
  • No Code and Low Code solutions.
  • When is No Code of interest to your organization?

No Code; what exactly is it?

No Code is a way of application development that does not require programming capacity. The (web) application is then built by drag and drop into certain fixed building blocks resulting in a direct conversion from a concept or design phase. No Code falls under SaaS (Software as a Service) solutions and allows organizations to develop (Web) applications without coding relatively easily. By the way, the (web) application to be developed itself need not necessarily be simple but more on that below.

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What are the advantages and disadvantages of No Code?

Implementing existing building blocks that can be easily reused is an advantage of using No Code. The time to market (and associated impact) is thereby reduced which can be an asset for your organization. On top of that, there can be said to be less dependence on an agency and its developers.


A disadvantage of No Code solutions is that integration capabilities are limited and not optimally scalable. In doing so, No Code can work fine up to a certain level but becomes limited when scaling up to, say, corperate level.


On top of that, there is an increased risk of a fragmented architecture because most platforms can only be deployed in a public environment and thus do not fit within a proprietary infrastructure. Once you choose a particular platform then you are stuck with it for the future. Should the vendor of that platform take a different route than desired, it could have a major impact on your (web) application. An additional major drawback is that No Code’s functionalities are limited. As long as functionalities are desired that already exist, No Code shortens the time to market, but should functionalities be desired that do not yet exist, it is counterproductive. This means that very specific (Web) applications currently still always require customization and thus coding. It is critical to choose a platform that suits your organization. Not only in the present time, but also focused on the growth of your (web) application.

No Code and Low Code solutions.

In addition to No Code, there are also Low Code solutions that should not be confused with each other. Low Code solutions still require certain capacity of coding and in doing so are only customizable by developers. Low Code thus still shortens a time to market, sitting between regular development and No Code solutions.
When is No Code of interest to your organization?
No Code is recommended when an MVP is completely clear and the time to market (for validating the MVP) needs to be shortened to the minimum. With No Code, we are able to quickly develop an MVP and validate it for success. Wondering what No Code can offer your organization? Then contact us and ask about the possibilities.

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