The Future of Software Development:
The software development industry today often resembles the behavior of the obesity disease, where organizations put an excessive amount of resources into developing software features that are rarely used and end up inflating their budgets. To address this issue, we need a new approach to building complex software systems that is both cost-effective and efficient. This is where the Lean on the Outside and Complex on the Inside (LOCI) NoCode 2.0 platforms come in.
The Definition of a Software Feature
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers defines a software feature as a “distinguishing characteristic of a software item (e.g., performance, portability, or functionality).” By tracking the usage of each feature through a counter, organizations can have a better understanding of which features are popular and which are not. This data can then be used by product owners and architects to make informed decisions on what features to keep or hide.
The Power of NoCode Re-usability
At ACENji, we believe that the budget is the foundation of the software development pyramid, and that the number of software features developed should be dependent on that. We also believe that companies can create complex software systems using a 100% NoCode approach, reducing costs and increasing efficiency. Our NoCode platform, ACENji, is a declarative NoCode language that transforms the process of software development, moving away from never-ending projects to creating complex workflows. This is NoCode 2.0, where the focus is on creating a balance between simplicity and complexity in software development.
NoCode 2.0: LOCI Brings Complexity to the Forefront
In the past, most NoCode platforms were focused on creating MVPs for startups or simple production applications. However, with ACENji’s declarative NoCode language, large enterprises can now move from endless software projects to creating complex workflows using a NoCode 2.0 approach. Our approach to software development is like hieroglyph tiles, where product owners are constrained to use them and avoid requesting expensive and unnecessary features. This encourages creativity and innovation within the constraints of the platform. We have successfully built our product, Quote Logic, using this approach, and believe that LOCI NoCode 2.0 platforms are the future of software development. The result is a lean software product that is efficient, cost-effective, and has minimal errors and bugs.
Building Quote Logic with the LOCI Approach
At ACENji, we built Quote Logic from the ground up using the LOCI approach. This has transformed the way we build complex software systems, reducing costs an d streamlining the development process. By thinking of the development process as a set of hieroglyphic tiles, product owners are able to create complex workflows with ease, without sacrificing efficiency or effectiveness. With LOCI, software development can be both lean and complex, offering the best of both worlds.
The LOCI NoCode 2.0 platforms provide a modern approach to building complex software systems that is both cost-effective and efficient. By keeping software products lean on the outside and complex on the inside, organizations can reduce errors, bugs, and costs while increasing efficiency and creativity.
This approach to software development is the future, and we at ACENji are leading the way.
Sources: IEEE Std. 829-1998, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.