The access rights jungle How to stay on top of ‘access security’ in your low-code apps My previous blog (‘Don’t re-invent the wheel | Beware of the risks of using Open Source) discussed the potential risks of using Open Source components in your low-code apps. Some of these risks are related to security and unfortunately, […]
Don’t re-invent the wheel But beware of the risks using Open Source Author | Bryan de Vries My previous blog (‘Low-code’ doesn’t mean ‘no-code’) discussed how low-code developers sometimes revert to using pieces of ‘regular-code’ in their apps in order to create functionality that otherwise would not be available in low-code apps. This is perfectly […]
‘Low-code’ doesn’t mean ‘No-code’ Beware of regular-code in low-code apps Author | Bryan de Vries My previous blog (Speed vs Quality | How to get the most out of your low-code platform) discussed how many organizations struggle with keeping the balance between speed and quality. One of the things that offers these organizations ‘speed’ is […]
Speed vs Quality How to get the most out of your low-code platform Author | Bryan de Vries The world is digitizing rapidly and this has its effect on pretty much every single organization, regardless of their size or what business they are in. The key implication and requirement is speed of change and that […]
BLOG | Citizen development flourishes due to COVID-19 crisis, but can your organization maintain its output?
PARTNER BLOG | This blog has been written and published by our partner KPMG Nederland on June 5, 2020 Original publication | View original publication Authors | Dennis Stam & Joost Koedijk Citizen Development is flourishing under the COVID-19 crisis, but has a direct impact on the maintainability of the application landscape of your organization. […]