"No-code" tools generate code.
"No-code" tools generate code. "No-code" tools run on mountains of code. "No-code" tools can even interact with your code. And still require technical users — people who can debug
If you're thinking that that set of skills sounds like what developers do, you'd be right.
As a developer
Developers often assume to mistake the "no code" movement to mean "no coders" or "not for coders." I used to be one of them. As a developer, I used to either regard "no code" as a threat, or dismiss "no code" tools as something beneath me, something you only resort to if you, well, can't code. But there is an open secret behind the current generation of "no code" tools — it's all code.