Low-code and no-code development are two terms that describe software development approaches requiring less coding. Low-code platforms use drag-and-drop interfaces and pre-built templates to speed up development. On the other hand, no code platforms allow users to create applications without coding experience. Both approaches enable businesses to develop and deploy applications faster and at a lower cost.
Remarkably, we can see the impact of AI everywhere; only a few things have stayed the same since the emergence of AI. Artificial intelligence is ubiquitous, and its influence can be seen in practically every industry, from self-driving cars to robots that greet hotel visitors. Very recently, McDonald’s opened its first restaurant with no human … [Read more…]