At the code.talks commerce 2019 deveoper conference I gave a presentation about Low-Code/No-Code platforms and what it means for software development. My main argument was: There are simply not enough software developers available to meet all the requirements of digitization, so we need to empower business users (citizen developers) to independently implement creative solutions.
The complete presentation can be found here:
code.talks commerce 2019 – What do you get when Powerpoint and Excel are having a Baby?
Part of the presentation was a short demo showing the simplicity of creating a Power App and connecting it with Intershop. In my example the app allows the ordering of toner cartridges by scanning a QR code at the printer. I recorded the demo for you and see for yourself how easy it really is: