When companies embark or want to embark on a digital revolution of custom apps; amongst their development teams; they run into a problem, how to deliver a solution quickly and effectively while meeting the business needs but not jeopardizing functionality and/or user experience.
The drive from executive leadership will say “we need to adapt to remain competitive” but tactical problems persist when talented full stack developers with advanced traditional coding knowledge that can build custom applications in real-time are nearly impossible to recruit. Even if you have a team of full stack developers, they are faced with the fact that infrastructure needs to be established before the first line of hand-coding can be written. Now what about low-code applications vs traditional-coding? (Building apps using Drag-and Drop tools or excel being examples)
To respond to this challenge, Low Code/No Code (LC/NC)platforms are selected to meet a business need. However, during the platform selection process, the platform's go to market team promises their platform will solve all of your business problems, and while this may be true it isn’t without effort, and it is rarely seamless. As the business representative to the platform, it is your duty to understand how this system will impact your business, where the gaps are and if you will be able to adjust your business processes to meet the business processes of the platform selected. Understanding your business is half of the challenge, understanding your platform is just as important.
During this course the student will go through a full Low Code/No Code platform lifecycle. Learners will get an understanding of how to lead Citizen Developers (CD) and learn how to deploy solutions that will deliver success. This 3-course program has modules that will guide students through the workflow and processes of building an enterprise solution in a Low Code/No Code environment with the aid of templates. By the end, students will have done some low-code app development without the need of prior coding experience or programming language. The end result being the following deliverables:
An analysis of the development environment, business users and the solution where they want to build an enterprise application.
A strategic plan to deliver and build a visual model of their desired solution.
A fully functional application on the platform of their choosing. (An example being a new mobile app).
An enterprise-grade change management solution and road map for the future of their custom application.
On top of learning new applications, we want to provide a deeper understanding of the benefits of low-code vs no-code development, low-code tools, low-code application platforms, low-code application development, and the user interface.
As part of this certification class, we will review the following Low Code/No Code platforms:
This is just a sampling of platforms we will cover. Students will have the opportunity to leverage other Low Code development platforms to fit the model discussed in the class.
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