In the low-code concept, the developer is responsible for the availability of components in the builder. It often happens that you don't need to write a builder from scratch – LCDP/LCAP already have ready-made components. A business analyst gets an understandable tool for designing and implementing most of the requirements, whereas developers are responsible for delivering the top quality builder components.
Low-code platforms have an intuitive drag and drop interface with built-in components for information display, which ensure the compliance with the self-documentation principle and the ease of functionality-related changes.
Reduced Development Time
In the code-first paradigm developer's help is needed to make even minor changes, whereas in the low-code concept many operational changes can be implemented by business analysts, and developers should only revise these changes. Thus, developers have time for other (and more important) tasks.