Software Platforms Based on the Principles of Graphic Design, Automatic Command Generation and Visual Programming


  • Dražen Marinković Pan-European University APEIRON Banja Luka, Republika Srpska
  • Zoran Ž. Avramović Pan-European University APEIRON Banja Luka, Republika Srpska



This paper presents a new approach to software application development using a graphical interface. The approach is based on a combination of drag and drop elements and logic based on the model’s own concept. Low code platforms and principles have been developed and are still being developed precisely to enable the rapid creation and use of applications that meet all the special needs and requirements of various organizations. No code platforms allow professionals and laymen to create applications via graphical user interfaces without any prior knowledge or qualifications in programming. However, code platforms are closely related to low code platforms because they are both created with a similar goal, based on a very similar way of working and almost the same principles of operation. Many vendors point out that the future of software development is based on configuration, not program. We believe that eliminating code is one way to bring development to higher standards in application development. One of the biggest advantages of the LC/NC platform is that they allow us to take advantage of innate problem solving and human skills by removing at least a significant number, if not all barriers to implementing software solutions in today’s software world.