Wasn't that called Object Oriented programming in the old days?
Low-code, automation and workflow company Pega is releasing tools it says will help users tweak back-end processes without developers having to worry too much about breaking front-end UIs. Among a gaggle of releases around its PegaWorld conference, the Massachusetts-based software company said its "context-aware" APIs would " …
Every time I hear that I get a headache.
Coding is not for the ignorant.
By definition, if you are coding, you are supposed to know what the hell you're dealing with. It is the user who doesn't need to know.
You are the coder. Okay, today you don't need to know Assembly language or the exact interface to the hardware, but if you're expecting MS Word to save your web page in the most concise and byte-preserving file size, I have a bridge to sell you.
Low-code is just another excuse for a gigabyte's worth of DLL files to be required to run your Hello World popup.
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