Quadrant Knowledge Solutions Market Insights research provides detailed insights on the effective use of low code development to create composable applications and introduce modularity in your applications.
The world requires organizations to rapidly develop applications and deploy them at equally rapid pace to meet the ever-increasing demand for software. To accomplish this, developers have to develop modular applications that are composed of individual elements, which are prebuilt reusable components called packaged business capabilities (PBCs). Low code development platforms enable developers to achieve the same without extensive knowledge of application development.
Low code supports composable architecture in the following ways:
- Provides an intuitive GUI to drag-and-drop required features.
- Promotes modularity by allowing integration, upgradation, and deletion of modules individually.
- Supports native API integrations.
- Facilitates IT Infrastructure management.
According to Abhishek Garg, analyst at Quadrant Knowledge Solutions, “Low code enables the achievement of all the goals that composable architecture sets to achieve. It enables fast delivery of new capabilities, both for the internal users as well as for developing applications. It reduces the cost by improving efficiency and delays due unavailability of IT professionals. Since low code platforms are hosted on cloud hence the cost of infrastructure is also reduced. Low code accelerates the overall building, testing, deployment, and maintenance of applications, reducing the time-to-market and downtime. Lastly, it allows enterprises to scale up and down according to the needs of their operations. Utilizing low code for application development provides benefits beyond composability and hence, any organization looking to build applications using composable architecture should invest in low code.”
Table of Contents
- Introduction of Composable Architecture and Composable Applications
- Key Critical Components of Composable Application
- How Composable Architecture Is Leveraging Low Code Platform for Enhancing Application Features?
This Market Insights is a part of Quadrant’s Low Code Application Development Platform for Professional Developers and Low Code Application Development Platform for Professional Developers report.
Author: Abhishek Anant Garg, Research Analyst & Anant Saxena, Associate Research Director, Quadrant Knowledge Solutions.