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What is open LowCode?

An open LowCode platform is a platform without vendor lock-ins and without service lock-in. For this, the platform must be open so that developers can reach the code that underlies the abstracted visual model of the code. In addition, the code must work without the LowCode platform. Although the most popular LowCode platforms claim to have no lock-in, the code is very difficult to manage or run without the platform. In short, a clear form of service lock-in and vendor lock-in.

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