Developing applications for the Internet of Things is no easy feat. Connected things typically involve the integration of a disparate mix of technologies, including back-end systems, IoT endpoints, other platform and data sources. Additionally, companies that aim to build Internet of Things( IoT) applications need developers with specialized skills that allow them to configure and maintain these technologies properly. These developers must also collaborate with business leaders to investigate new ideas and develop new applications quickly. What’s more, the speed of change is making it difficult for IT teams to stay abreast of new capabilities and advancements. But low-code or no-code platforms can eliminate many challenges in the IoT application development process and enable companies to drive better results.
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