Just do a web search–or should we say ChatGPT?–about the value of no-code/low-code tools, and you’ll get responses like “faster development time,” “wider range of developers,” “easier long-term maintenance.” These benefits have indeed been touted by a plethora of no-code/low-code tools that have hit the market in recent years. But have you realized that the JD Edwards Extensibility Framework, which is built right into the product, is in fact a set of no-code/low-code tools that achieves many of the same benefits? Modify the user interface. Create custom logic. Add and delete database fields in applications. All without technical development tools, without knowing a programming language, and with minimal effort to deploy and manage.
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