September 22, 2021 Eugene King
As with fashion, there are trends in the IT industry and history tends to repeat itself in several exciting ways. Development languages come into fashion, run their course, and then become obsolete. Then, they may be revamped with the addition of new criteria and frameworks.
The low-code movement is not new but another iteration on traditional programming. Let’s do a brief history review.
At first, computer programming involved specific machine code associated with a particular processor architecture. Eventually, the language was slightly abstracted to facilitate second-generation assembler code, which was partially portable across architectures.
The third-generation programming languages, also called …Read more