NoCode: A Future Trend in Product Development

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Oli Littlejohn, Head of Partnerships at Codebase, explains everything you need to know about NoCode, a new way of creating software without the need for coding expertise.

Watch time: 5 minutes

  • NoCode is programming without code

  • It can build software or automate processes

  • It is powerful enough to recreate Twitter

NoCode is an exciting new way of making software without writing a single line of code, says Oli Littlejohn, Head of Partnerships at Codebase. Using a dedicated platform, users pull graphical elements into place using drag and drop gestures or use more human-centric language to build programmes. Oli expects NoCode to explode in the coming years because it makes coding much more accessible. Already, businesses are using it to build new products and workers to automate mundane tasks. 

In this video interview, Oli explains NoCode in more detail, why it is important, what it’s currently being used for and the opportunities it presents to startups and SMEs. 



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