Zuznow moves from low-code to no-code for its RMAD platform
Meet Zuznow. The New York-based startup, whose mobile development platform is based around what they call a frontend as a service (FaaS), has launched an update which includes no-code ‘point and click’ functionality, as well as a new visual editor.
The platform utilises artificial intelligence to come up with a mobile web representation of applications, with the visual editor coming into play to enable even those who can’t write one line of code the ability to customise their applications.
“As easy as our platform is to use, we continue to move it toward our vision of complete automation,” said Chen Levkovich, Zuznow CEO and founder in a statement. “By using our visual editor to do ‘point and click’ customisation of the automatic mobile web result, we enable enterprises to create unique user experiences based on their brand and usability standards.”
This concept is not entirely new to regular readers of this publication. A Gartner report back in June bemoaned the fact that only £1 in 10 gets spent on mobile from an average enterprise app development budget. This time last year, the analyst house was urging teams to use rapid mobile app development (RMAD) tools as they predict demand for enterprise mobile apps will strip availability by five to one.
Writing in June George Mashini, CEO of RMAD firm Catavolt, advocated the case for the CIO and the questions they would need answering. “CIOs interested in RMAD must ask the tough questions to ensure selection of the right technology partner,” he wrote. “More importantly, the toughest question will be the question the CIO will have to ask him or herself: am I enabling my people with strategic tools to position them as innovators in the company, using the existing resources we have today?”
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