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What is a low-code platform?

A low-code platform (or low-code development platform), besides providing a GUI-rich development environment, borrows heavily from visual programming principles to simplify, augment, and democratize traditional programming. In fact, a low-code platform like Zoho Creator can help accelerate your current software development cycle by 10x times. With the help of guided scripting, you can create applications with a simple drag-and-drop interface and automate your workflows and business processes in no time. From SMBs to enterprises, you can create and scale your applications faster.

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What can you build using low-code?

Multidevice apps

Build apps that can run on any device, with cross-browser functionality.

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Multidevice apps

BI & analytics

Using powerful business intelligence (BI) and analytics, make informed decisions faster.

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BI & analytics

Business processes

Leverage blueprints to easily visualize and automate all your processes.

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Business processes


Bring AI to your apps in just a few clicks.

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With 600+ integrations, easily integrate all the tools you need to run your business from a single platform.

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Who can build apps using low-code?

  • By Industry
  • By Size
  • By Role
  • By Function

Why Zoho Creator is the best low-code platform for your business

Fully cloud-based app builder
Drag-and-drop interface
Workflow builder
Drag-and-drop form builder
Page builder
Native apps for iOS and Android*
Customer portals
Built-in app IDE
Built-in payment integrations
Android SDK and iOS SDK**
Automatic progressive web app (PWA) creation
Application Lifecycle Management (ALM)
Gesture customization for mobile and tablet
Capture IP addresses out-of-the-box
Schema builder

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*No native app for Android

**No Android SDK

Frequently Asked Questions

How do low-code platforms differ from no-code platforms?

While both work on a similar principle, no-code platforms are heavily constrained by what the vendor feels is necessary for the user, with code blocks to help users incorporate specific functionalities. This not only limits customization but also reduces the chances of your app being unique to other apps developed on the same no-code platform. Learn more

What is low-code/no-code?

The Gartners and Forresters of the world define low-code/no-code as a visual development approach to application building that empowers even nontechnical users to build, test, manage, and deploy applications without traditional programming. Low-code and no-code platforms achieve this by creating ready-to-use code blocks that can operate within predefined constraints, through a simple drag-and-drop interface.

What is the future of low-code application development platforms?

Low-code/no-code platforms have witnessed massive uptake in the past decade or so. The low-code market is predicted to grow to $45.5 billion by 2025, accounting for over 65% of all business application development, as per Gartner. Low-code platforms are also expected to continue expanding on their integration ecosystems, identifying standard sought-after functionalities and building them into ready-made code blocks.

How does a low-code platform compare with a traditional one?

How does a low-code platform compare with a traditional one? Low-code software development uses a visual development methodology as opposed to traditional software development, which focuses on writing code using programming languages. For faster development, it makes use of drag-and-drop elements, model-driven logic, and a graphical user interface. Learn more

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