Top 10 Low-Code Development Platforms for 2019

OOutSystems is a global enterprise software company headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, in the United States. OutSystems is a low-code platform for the development of enterprise web and mobile applications, which run in the cloud, on-premises or in hybrid environments. The current version is 11, for both the paid and unpaid versions – developers are permitted personal cloud environments to use the platform without charge.


QuickBase, Inc., provides a low-code application development platform called Quick Base. Headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the company was divested from Intuit in March 2016. In Jan 2019, Private-Equity firm Vista_Equity_Partners announced buying a majority stake in Quick Base from Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe for a reported $1 billion. Quick Base is used by more than 6,000 customers, including half of the Fortune 100, across a variety of industries and use cases, including process and project management, asset and order tracking, customer and contracts management, time and expense, sales and HR applications. Competitors include Appian, Microsoft PowerApps, Mendix, and OutSystems.


Appian Corporation is a cloud computing company currently headquartered in Tysons, Virginia, part of the Dulles Technology Corridor. Appian sells a Platform as a Service for building enterprise software applications. It is a leader in the Low-Code Development, Business process management  and Case Managemen markets.


PowerApps is an initiative by Microsoft that allows developers and nontechnical users to build mobile applications from selectable templates.The objective of PowerApps is to enable business users to build new capabilities via apps, without requiring that they have code expertise.


Mendix is a low-code software platform. It provides tools to build, test, deploy and iterate applications. The company was founded in 2005.


Radzen is a low-code, RAD solution which allows you to visually build web applications in a matter of minutes.


Zoho Creator is a cloud-based low-code application development platform that empowers you to build enterprise-class applications that run on mobile, tablet, and web. Create custom forms, configure workflows, build informative pages, and get your app up and running in no-time.


Google AppMaker: Build apps that help fill gaps, like accelerating business workflows or scaling internal operations, with G Suite’s low-code development environment. App Maker is included with G Suite Business and Enterprise editions as well as with G Suite for Education.


KiSSFLOW is an easy-to-use, cloud-based workflow automation software to help business users create and modify automated business applications.
Salesforce: an American cloud-based software company headquartered in San Francisco, California. Though the bulk of its revenue comes from its customer-relationship management (CRM) service, Salesforce also sells a complementary suite of enterprise applications focused on customer service, marketing automation, analytics and application development.