LOW-CODE IN WEB-TO-PRINT?
If you are in the process of designing or redesigning an eCommerce site, or even a business software, before wanting to create everything from scratch, the first question you should ask yourself is whether there are already existing solutions that will meet your needs. Creating a project from scratch requires a lot of resources and there is a severe lack of experienced developers on the market.
Low-code, which has long been decried, is once again in vogue in IT projects. By assembling pieces of pre-written code and sometimes even using automated sequences, there is less risk of creating something that doesn’t work as intended. And more and more companies are opting for this kind of solution.
There are also solutions in the field of web-to-print. What are the advantages? What are the limitations? What are the points to bear in mind when using this type of solution? Ludovic Martin and his guests provide some answers.