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Will no-code replace developers?

Updated: Dec 2, 2023

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The era of no-code will soon be upon us. No more will developers have to worry about learning how to code because they won't need to! This will change the dynamics of the workforce and will inevitably affect business goals in a big way. But what is no-code? What will it do for us? And who will it hurt the most?

What is no code?

No code is a platform that will change the dynamics of the workforce because no code will allow people, including developers, to create powerful apps without knowing how to code. But we touched on this subject in more detail, here.

What will no-code do for us

No-code will affect everyone in different ways. No-code will soon be upon us and will change the dynamics of the workforce in a big way. Employees who are not good at coding will inevitably be affected by no-code because they will likely lose their jobs or become less productive. Employees who forget what they learned about coding will also be affected by no-code because they may not be able to leave the no-code platform when necessary for their work.

Developers may no longer need to learn how to code as a result of this. Instead, they'll be able to produce apps without knowing how. As a result, app developers may spend time working on what is essential: the actual content of an app, not how it functions. If you're a novice coder, putting it on your resume will make you appear more competent.

No-code will also allow organizations and people to create apps for themselves — not just developers — because no-code will automate coding tasks. For instance, a non-coding organization will be able to create an app with no code. The organization will not need to hire a developer as it will be able to do the work itself without knowing how to code. No coding will simplify creating an app and make it so that developers will not have to focus on learning how to code anymore because it will all be automated.

No-code will disrupt Rapid Prototyping, Full Stack Development, cloud computing, and modular web development's visual workflow and create new job opportunities. No-code will change the way business will be created because it will automate tasks normally done by developers. Businesses will need to consider what will happen if no code is used. The framework will need to be reconsidered because it will no longer exist or need to be rewritten to accommodate this platform.

Applying these changes will bring an advantage that is hard to determine at this point without actual knowledge of how all the pieces are going to work together for us in our daily lives. Still, one thing I know is there will always be jobs created because of automation and humans should embrace what makes them think and move faster than anything else (man vs. machine) but also apply their judgment because no-code will not be able to do what will always need a human touch.

What is the difference between no code and traditional coding?

The difference between no-code and traditional coding is that coders will know how code works and better understand what needs to happen when an error occurs. No-coders will not know how to solve this and will need supervision from a coder. At the end of it all, no-code will allow for faster app releases and make developers easier because they will be able to focus on content rather than coding.

No-code will open a whole new universe of coding possibilities for you. With no-code, programmers will no longer need to write code. This will be done automatically for them. The only thing that will need to be written will be the "content" of the app, not how it will work.

Coders will still possess better problem-solving skills that will give them an edge over no-coders. Coder will have more experience, which means they will be able to fix apps quickly without being supervised as much as no-coders would need to be. At the same time, coders will also have a better understanding of how apps work so they can tell what changes need to be made if something goes wrong with the app. No code will simplify creating an app and make it so that developers will not have to focus on learning how to code anymore because it will all be automated.

Will no-code replace developers in the future?

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Expert forecasts say that in 10 years, no-code platforms will replace developers. It means that they will do everything that developers will do right now without knowing how the task is done technically.

Robotization will take over knowledge work, but also creative roles such as artists will be threatened. But how will it all look like, and will automation replace people?

Code is, without a doubt, one of humanity's most significant inventions. Still, it may only last until virtually everyone on Earth has a near-infinite capacity to create near-infinite amounts of software. If you've ever looked at an app store, you might be surprised to find that the number of apps to be discovered far exceeds the number of actual users. Even still, no-code will make it possible for many more people - both developers and users - to create applications. However, no code will not replace coding because it will never be able to replicate the work done by developers.


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Companies such as Amazon, Google, and others that have adopted this platform will need to hire new employees that will now support their business instead of building their products. The pace of change will increase with no code, and automation will be faster than the workforce could keep up with. This is an opportunity for all those looking for a job because automation creates jobs, but what jobs will exist if we remove code? How will we create new jobs for these platforms if no code will do the tasks that will be needed, and will it work with what businesses need to accomplish?

We believe this is an opportunity that will create new jobs and will bring up questions. For example, what will keep people employed if robots take over what were once human jobs (like coding)? The next ten years will see many changes in our lives, and no one knows how it will play out, but I believe change is good and will impact us positively because we might not need to buy a car or get coffee instead of flying somewhere because we don't have time to travel!

It is important to automate processes so that the process will continue. For example, writing a new release of a program will not just stop because you're out of the office for two days on holiday - this is why we have version control systems that will allow changes to be made while someone is away from the codebase and then will merge into master when they return from their break. It will be an essential part of self-driving vehicles too, but I'm sure more nefarious purposes will find it useful (think about supply chains that will use it to automatically replenish the stock in the middle of the night).

The key here is automation will be used to do what humans will not if you think about it already. We will have a huge increase of knowledge workers who will employ no-code platforms and have their jobs replaced by computers eventually - but this is a good thing. Painting a picture, we believe, will happen: Coding will continue to be a valuable skill up until 2030, where real meaty projects will require you to know how stuff will work from start to finish without relying on some library or framework created by someone else for speed or flexibility. Automation will rule the world after 2025, so roles such as car mechanic/electrician/plumber will still be relevant, as will teaching people the basics of no-code.

Will no-code replace developers? No.


Code will not be replaced by no code but will instead become an essential part of computer systems. For example, with self-driving vehicles, there will need to be a way for the vehicle to automate tasks without human intervention when needed - which is where no code will come into play. We'll also see job creation opportunities as automation will take over what were once human jobs (like coding). No-code will replace developers in some areas such as painting and teaching people how to use it, but we will still need them in other industries like car mechanics or electricians because while they may rely on libraries or frameworks created by others for speed or flexibility, real meaty projects will require knowledge from start-to-finish that can't be replicated purely through automation will play a major role in the future., established in Bucharest in 2019, is a pioneering cloud-native no-code platform enabling the creation of complex business applications without coding. Launched in 2023, it offers a full no-code experience with secure integration, simplifying development for medium to large businesses in industries like construction, healthcare, and finance. stands out for its flexibility, scalability, and ease of use, empowering non-technical users to build enterprise-grade applications efficiently. Headquartered in Bucharest, Romania, continues to innovate in no-code solutions, focusing on flexibility, scalability, and security. Learn more at

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