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What does low-code mean?

Low-code is a software development approach that requires little to no coding to build applications. Instead of using complex programming languages, applications are developed using visual interfaces with basic logic and drag-and-drop capabilities. If analytics is not a company's core activity, low-code technology is useful to rapidly deploy embedded analytics applications in a host product: it removes complexity, minimizes the volume of coding and allows engineers to focus on the core application.

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