The Gartner Magic Quadrant report for Enterprise Low-Code Application Platforms is a valuable resource for organizations looking to quickly and efficiently develop and deploy custom applications.
An Enterprise Low-Code Application Platform, or LCAP, is designed to abstract and minimize the coding required in development, making it accessible to a wider range of developers. At a minimum, an LCAP must include low-code capabilities, such as a model-driven or graphical programming approach, support for developing applications consisting of user interfaces, business logic, workflow, and data services, and simplified application test, deployment, and management. Optional capabilities include catalog support, custom API generation, front-end user experiences, business process automation and management, event-driven architecture support, AI-augmented development assistance, and management of large-scale distributed development teams. Enterprise LCAPs must also have enterprise-grade features such as high performance, availability, scalability, disaster recovery, security, and technical support and training.
The Gartner Magic Quadrant report can help organizations navigate the many options available and choose the LCAP that best suits their needs.