Does anyone have stories of "citizen developers" making something that's actually used in a real-world case, with these no-code tools? Honestly interested.
Microsoft low code branches into lightweight GUI widgets
Microsoft has pledged to make building new features into Teams, Outlook, and other common apps easier with the introduction of low code development for Cards. The Redmond software giant currently offers Adaptive Cards, a framework for putting snippets of UI into popular apps. By putting Cards in low code environment Power …
Tuesday 20th September 2022 12:55 GMT iron
Tuesday 20th September 2022 13:26 GMT badflorist
"write JSON" ?
But if you want to customize it, you must know how to write JSON and so forth.
In the very literal sense of "write" maybe, but most humans would say format JSON.
The "so forth" part should be highlighted because you know it's going to be some confusing hierarchy of object nodes that are circular... the Microsoft way.
Tuesday 20th September 2022 14:29 GMT StrangerHereMyself
It's simply hilarious how often these low-code no-code solutions change names and paradigms. First we had Visual Basic, then Visual Studio LightSwitch, then Power Apps and now Cards?!
As a developer I'm not worried. I've heard these promises for almost 40 years now and none of them have come to replace developers.
Tuesday 20th September 2022 14:43 GMT redwine
Tuesday 20th September 2022 15:38 GMT ComputerSays_noAbsolutelyNo
Tuesday 20th September 2022 17:07 GMT Abominator