Appian’s new platform provides a single workflow for automation, team orchestration, existing systems, data, bots and more.
Appian is one of the early entrants in the low-code application development space. Recently, the US company launched a new version of its low-code automation platform for businesses looking to develop quick applications.
The COVID-19 pandemic has introduced challenges that will require businesses to respond quickly. Low-code can provide a path.
Low-code development is a hot topic in the enterprise world. This post examines the growth of low code development, talks about companies that support this technique, and discusses industry trends.
APIs have been around for decades – they allow different systems to talk to each other in a seamless, fast fashion – yet it’s been during the past decade that this technology has become a significant force.
Low-code platforms can accelerate the speed of software development, but are they right for business users? Here's what to look for.
Low-code and no-code tools still occasionally require at least a basic knowledge of software development. Here's an overview of the technical skills required to use Squarespace, Webflow, Wix, Appian, Mendix, OutSystems, Bubble, Quick Base, and Crowdbotics.