Low code continues to receive a lot of press—and debate. Many software developers still wonder whether the use of low code makes the application development process better, or if it interferes with the development process and results in inferior applications. Others worry about the security implications of low code.
Certainly, if the inevitable outcome of using low code is greater application complexity, then low code could lead to increased difficulty with security issues. But does it? I’ve been writing a lot about application complexity recently, and a lot about low code. But the correlation between application complexity with the use of low code is an interesting perspective. Let’s dive in.