It's all about evolution, isn't it? As time goes by, more and more functionality is added to platforms in order to enable better, faster app development. No- and Low-code is what this is all about for line of business users.
A4 @mnjhughes I'm finding a large part of developer resistance to #lowcode is that they don't like to be told what tools to use. For this audience, the challenge is making #lowcode appealing enough so they choose it on their own.
A4: if I may make a bold claim, I think no-code app platforms have to be intelligent or they are not going to be very useful. The whole point is to understand the high-level intent of the app creator and automate the code that would otherwise have to be written.
A4: With the industry shifting away from traditional database architectures towards centralized, org-wide event streaming platforms, vendors will need to figure out how they fit into the event-streaming landscape.
A2 - but this is where some of the differences between no- and low-code creep in - with low-code you have complete control over the end-user experience and this can be important for some use cases - customer-facing apps for example