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Here's a site with a list of no cost CD tools which you may wish to explore: https://www.g2.com/categories/no-code-development-platforms/free
However, before picking a tool, have you identified a specific use case for using CD and have you got the necessary leadership support for implementing a solution? How will specific quality requirements such as security, privacy or scalability be addressed?
I'm using Microsoft Teams/SharePoint, Forms, Power Automate, PowerApps, Power BI, and the common data service to experiment with work intake, pushing approved items from one list to another, and reporting/dashboards. Data and format of the data have been the biggest issues, so far. I did have to instantiate an array variable to pass list data from the form to the SharePoint list, but other than that it's been 'point and click' so far.
We already had the necessary MS licenses for me to work on this, or I might have looked into other platforms.
Hi Anton, I would suggest you to give it a try to a few options for you to build a fair idea of the capabilities of what is available. Most of the low code/no code platforms offer free trials.
Having a solid idea of what is available to use is the recommendation I could give.
Hello Anton - You are asking great questions on how to get started. Kiron is correct, before picking a tool it’s helpful to have the case identified and evaluated to determine with Citizen Development is the right solution. In Citizen Development: The Handbook for Creators and Change Makers - https://www.pmi.org/citizen-developer - PMI walks you through this process, along with other frameworks to ensure you are set-up to properly implement and scale CD. There is also a blog on suitability assessments here: https://www.projectmanagement.com/blog-pos...they-important-
Anton, a few suggestions to get started:
1. I would create a working prototype to demo the benefits to top management, business leaders and users within the organization.
2. Conduct a couple of 1 hour hands-on workshop for anyone interested
3. Create a template to gather use-cases, filter it and prioritize it for LC/NO secure development
4. Assist citizen developers with the LC/NO development
5. Deploy and monitor, fine-tune as necessary
6. Showcase of pilot use cases by selected users
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