Low code refers to a capability present in a broad set of technology platforms that enables the creation of forms, workflows, and other system functions without the need for writing traditional code, designing databases, or standing up servers. These platforms provide technical and non-technical users the ability to create new, custom functionality quickly and without the level of technical expertise required to code them with traditional development languages and tools. This functionality often bridges the gap between multiple existing systems.
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