From a survey taken by 1,000 workers across various industries, job levels, and company sizes, comprehensive data was gathered on the understanding, usage, and growth of no-code.
No one knows for sure where the future of no-code technology will take us, but we can make some guesses. We believe that the continued growth in no-code creators, community and content won't stop any time soon. The average person is continuing to amass more technical knowledge, and we believe the lines between what's considered "no-code" and "low-code" will continue to blur.
In the business world, Gartner predicts that more than half of medium to large enterprises will have adopted low-code application platforms by 2023. The COVID crisis is also accelerating no-code adoption. A KPMG survey found that since the onset of the COVID-19 crisis, the number of executives naming low-code development as a top priority has quadrupled.
So what does this all mean for no-code technology? We believe that no-code will continue to become more and more popular as it becomes easier and easier to use.