Low-code and no-code platforms are revolutionizing the way software applications are created and maintained. These platforms allow organizations to create and customize software applications without the need for traditional coding, making it possible for non-technical users to develop software. Low-code platforms provide pre-built, reusable components and drag-and-drop functionality, while no-code platforms take this abstraction a step further by providing pre-built templates and workflows that can be used to create an application with no coding required. This approach can help organizations to build and deploy software faster, with less cost, and with more flexibility. The convenience, speed, and cost-effectiveness of the low-code and no-code platforms are driving the rise of these platforms and making them a popular choice for organizations looking to create and maintain software applications quickly, easily, and with minimal coding.