The microservices architecture has become rather successful as an alternative to the monolithic architecture. In this first part of a blog series, we describe the differences in architectual approaches and introduce how microservices architecture relates to low-code platforms.
Developing custom business applications is hard. Using a low-code platform will make it easier as security challenges can be handled by the platform.
At the heart of low-code is “model-driven development” – visual modelling of applications rather than traditional hand-coding. However, there are two fundamentally different architectural approaches towards how the visual model should be made into a running application.