“Federal agencies are taking on “low-code” software development methods to modernize externally facing operations, with some completing transforming of all their customer-facing systems, according to key IT and tech developers.”
“We’re almost done modernizing. We should be finished in the next month,” said Ed Dowgiallo, principal solutions architect at the Department of Transportation’s Federal Transit Administration.
Speaking at ATARC’s Feb. 6 conference on low-code development, Dowgiallo said FTA had redeveloped its case management systems using low-code, fast-app development processes with Appian. The FTA provides financial support for public transit systems across the country.”
“Low-code software development provides graphic interfaces and configuration capabilities so users can create software applications more quickly than traditional, line-by-line software coding and programming. It can also harness the cloud more readily when used across an organization and provide more uniform access to data.” Read the full article here.
Source: Agencies look to ‘low code’ to speed development – By Mark Rockwell, February 6, 2020. FCW.