Mendix has released a comprehensive study of the low-code market within the enterprise, and it shows how important the technology has become.
Youreka Labs, a company that enables Salesforce-based businesses to build assistants using no-code development, has raised $8.5 million.
Low-code may be one of the fastest growing trends in development, but over a quarter of C-level execs haven’t heard of it.
Microsoft is leveraging its agreement with OpenAI to radically change the nature of low-code development with its first AI-powered code completion tool.
Prosus has announced it is buying Stack Overflow for $1.8 billion, as it increases its focus on the online learning market.
Microsoft is integrating GPT-3 — a natural language model developed by OpenAI — with its low-code development tools.
Google has made its low-code automation tool, AppSheet Automation, generally available.
IBM and Palantir are partnering to make it easier to develop and deploy low-code AI applications to IBM’s hybrid cloud.
Opera has announced it has acquired YoYo Games, the company behind GameMaker.
Microsoft has revealed that hackers viewed some of its source code as part of the SolarWinds attack that government agencies are still investigating.