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Is your low-code

Low-code means different things to different people.

Low-code means different things to different people. While the industry is exploding with low-code platforms, ours is purpose-built for professional developers. If you are already using a low-code platform or shopping for one, there are many critical factors to consider. Read on..

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Start with these

simple questions first

Will I be the owner of the code?
PSSTThe code should be yours to mix, extend, customize, transfer or export

What should “no lock-in” mean to me?
PSST No shackles of run-time cost, proprietary architecture, and limited infra options

Will the developers need to be certified to use the platform?
PSST You want quick learning and future-proofing your teams’ skills

Is my vendor’s pricing strategy sustainable?
PSST Scaling up shouldn’t disproportionately increase the cost of doing business

Low-code vs Low-code

With over 2 decades of experience in the application development and modernization field, our product evangelists have enlisted 12 critical capabilities to consider while comparing various low-code platforms.


Find out how the 5 most popular low-code platforms stack up on each of these capabilities. Download the document for an objective, quick, and consumable take on the comparison of low-code platforms



love low

code when

It generates code that they
can easily extend.

API endpoints are generated
for all kinds of data.

They have full application
source control.

There is no runtime
dependency on the studio.

They can mix and maintain
their own code.


like low

code when

Their teams need no reskilling.

Their existing process are not

They pay for developer seats, not apps for users.

It runs on the infrastructure(s)
of their choice.

Licensing model is transparent and promotes scale.


Reduce repetitive development work and save heaps in time and effort.


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