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We are clearly seeing the impact of low-code on development environments and DevOps. Low-code began with small applications, and while Agile.Now Factory-style teamwork and workflows may not be needed there, as the use of low-code platforms becomes the norm for critical enterprise projects, Agile.Now Factory will be a necessary element.
This is where low-code is having a more obvious impact; Agile methodologies using low code platforms for iteration, for continuous improvement, and for continuous delivery. These applications aren’t one-and-done. They need to be maintained, improved and delivered, again and again.
Deployment pipelines help enterprise low-code teams build an efficient and reusable process by maintaining development, test, and production environments. Application developers can incrementally transition a new or updated application between environments, reconfiguring them with the appropriate functionality, data connections, and permissions.
Agile.Now pipelines are very easy to use and take only few minutes to setup. No previous expertise or coding skills are required.
The implementation of the Agile.Now Factory approach presupposes that developers, QA engineers, and system administrators now work in alignment with each other. The ongoing communication between the Agile.Now Factory practitioners allows for fewer bugs missed and faster preparation and delivery of new software pieces to production.
Continuous testing is one of the key components of the Agile.Now Factory approach. To achieve it, testing is automated with the use of specialized tools, e.g., Selenium, Ghost Inspector, and Tricentis Tosca whic are designed to automatically perform various types of tests (such as unit, functional, integration testing) and promptly notify the Agile.Now Factory practitioners on detected bugs.