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Startup Airtable Lands Funding For ‘Low Code’ Development Push

Airtable, a startup that lets non-developers build business apps using data their companies generate, has landed a $52 million Series B round that brings its total funding to around $63 million. The funding round is a sign of the growing industry attention around “low-code” software development platforms, which are designed to be accessible to significantly larger numbers of users than conventional cloud services that require technical expertise. Cloud providers like Microsoft and Google already offer low-code products, and as we reported in January, Amazon Web Services is working on its own low-code product. One question is whether low-code platforms, which have been around for years and represent a modest part of the overall software market, are finally ready for broader adoption.

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