Low-Code and No-Code Practices for the Modern Developer Experience in Asia/Pacific (Excluding Japan)

Low-Code and No-Code Practices for the Modern Developer Experience in Asia/Pacific (Excluding Japan)

Software development is beginning to adopt low-code and no-code practices in response to the pace and pressures of ubiquitous digital transformation. Low-code and no-code practices and platforms, which simplify or entirely remove manual coding from the software development process, promise to address the growing emphasis by enterprises on agility."In Asia/Pacific (excluding Japan), the careers of developers have taken off in the business-to-consumer (B2C) apps economy, which traditionally has been focused on the start-up venture-funded space, but the low-code/no-code adoption we are seeing in the enterprise segment presents professional software developers with an excellent opportunity to enter higher-level influence around business strategy and direction," comments Linus Lai, VP, IDC Asia/Pacific Software and Services.

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Executive Snapshot
New Market Developments and Dynamics
Industry Dynamics
Vendor Examples
Scenarios/Use Cases
Shortening the Software Development Life Cycle
Filling Knowledge Gaps and Paying Down "Tech Debt"
Rapid Prototyping and Minimal Viable Product Development
Collaborative Platforms for Digital Transformation
Advice for technology Suppliers
Enterprise Developers Will Upskill into "Strategist" or "Specialist" Roles
Democratisation of Code and Decentralised Digital Innovation
Low-Code/No-Code Platforms Help Reinforce DevOps Practices as the New Normal in Asia/Pacific
Application Life-Cycle Considerations
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