When it comes to low-code and no-code development and how they interact with inclusivity, it’s a little bit of a chicken and the egg situation.
Which came first? Which led to the other?
The truth is, they came onto the scene at the same time for us at Fathym.
Going back to our inception, we’ve been looking for ways to help make it easier for everyone to build their own website, even if they don’t have a background in coding and development. We were also founded as a micro frontends platform, and with that being the case, we had to keep payload size in mind.
Low-code and no-code solutions became a necessity to accomplish both tasks at the same time.