Skip to content


What is low code

Low-code is an application development method that elevates coding from textual to visual.

Rather than a technical coding environment, low-code operates in a model-driven, drag-and-drop interface. All development skill levels — professional developers, novice developers, subject matter experts, business stakeholders, and decision makers — can use low-code to build value-driven enterprise business applications.

Low Code Features and Benefits

Low-code application development platforms abstract and automate every step of the application lifecycle.

Development is more accessible to users without technical expertise, with features that accelerate the development process.

With separate integrated development environments (IDEs) catered to both business users and professional developers, anyone with an idea can use low-code to tackle today’s business challenges.

Professional Developers

Low-code provides developers with a dedicated IDE and a sophisticated toolbox tailored to support client-side, server-side, and integration development.

With low-code, professional developers can extend apps with custom code, integrate data from multiple sources, build mobile apps, leverage microservices, and translate business needs into custom solutions.

Business Developers

Rather than wait for IT, non-technical business users can use low-code’s simplified development environment to build their own apps.

Governance cuts down on shadow IT and empowers anyone to build basic apps while IT still maintains visibility and control of the organization’s app landscape.

Developer Resources

MendixLow-Code Application Development Platform
Developer CenterMendix Developer Center
Developer DocsMendix Developer Documentation Open Source Projects and Components
Try it OutBuild Low-Code Apps for Free
CommunityLearn, share and collaborate in the Mendix Community


Connect and Collaborate with Industrial Professionals and Join the Community!

Click to load comments