No-code/Low-code to code

Transform your platform to overcome massive limitations and improve performance.

We’ve partnered and delivered with

What you get //

Detailed audit report outlining potential enhancements and necessary custom code integrations

A scalable, custom-coded platform tailored to your specific needs

Functional and technical documentation

Detailed test strategy and test plan

Tranining Videos, User Manuals

What are the_benefits

Seamless Platform Extension

Our custom code solutions are designed to seamlessly extend your platform's capabilities, integrating new features and functionalities without disrupting your existing operations.

Performance Enhancement

We focus on creating scalable solutions that enhance your platform's performance, ensuring that it can handle increased load and usage efficiently as your business grows.

Minimized Disruptions and Data Integrity

Our solutions minimize disruptions, retain data integrity, and ensure a smooth user experience during and after migration. We prioritize maintaining the highest standards of user satisfaction and operational continuity.

A group of people working at Apptension having casual discussions during an integration event

Your suggested team _

Aleksandra Leończyk photo

Business Analyst

Our Business Analyst ensures a smooth transition from no-code/low-code to custom code by conducting in-depth analysis and requirement gathering. They create a comprehensive plan that outlines necessary enhancements and integrations, ensuring your platform meets evolving business needs.

Patryk Ziemkowski photo


Our Developers transform your no-code/low-code solutions into scalable, high-performance custom code. They utilize the latest technologies to build robust, efficient, and secure platforms, addressing technical complexities and preparing your product for future growth.

Nadezhda Martynova


Our Designers ensure that the transition maintains a consistent and intuitive user experience. They focus on preserving and enhancing the usability and aesthetics of your platform, ensuring that new features and functionalities are seamlessly integrated.

Mikołaj Jarmużek photo

Quality Assurance

Our QA team rigorously tests the new custom code to ensure it meets high-quality standards. They perform comprehensive testing, including automated and manual checks, to identify and resolve any issues, ensuring a smooth and reliable user experience post-transition.

Over 360+ projects delivered

Explore our portfolio of successful projects.

Get in touch

Have a project in mind? Send us the details and we will reach out to you with the next steps.

Oops! Something went wrong. Please try again.


With technology evolving so rapidly, how to ensure the product remains current and doesn't become outdated?

Keeping a product up-to-date in the face of fast-paced tech advancements is a common challenge. It's essential for the development team to remain updated with the latest trends and tools in the tech sphere. The product architecture should be flexible, allowing for easier updates or feature additions in the future. Regularly engaging with your user base and acting on feedback ensures the product remains relevant and aligned with their needs. Periodic technological audits can also help identify areas that could benefit from modern tools or techniques. By maintaining a proactive approach, products can remain relevant and continue to serve users effectively, regardless of the evolving tech landscape.

How to tackle technical debt when adding new features, and why is it a concern?

Technical debt can accumulate when short-term coding solutions are applied, which might not be optimal in the long run. When adding new features, this debt can compound, leading to potential issues down the line. To tackle this, we engage in regular refactoring sessions, optimizing the code to ensure its quality. While it's tempting to prioritize new features, addressing technical debt is crucial to keep the product scalable and maintainable. Furthermore, any existing technical debt is documented meticulously, providing context for future developers and aiding its eventual resolution.

Why are product backlogs so important, and how should they be managed?

A product backlog is a dynamic, ordered list of everything that's known to be needed in the product. It's a critical tool for product management and agile development. The importance stems from its role in prioritizing work, communicating upcoming features or changes, and ensuring alignment between stakeholders. Effectively managing a backlog requires regular grooming—removing outdated items, adjusting priorities, and refining details. Engage in frequent backlog reviews with your development team and key stakeholders. This ensures that the most valuable and relevant work is always prioritized and that everyone has a clear understanding of the product's direction.

How to prioritize and integrate users requests into an existing product?

When handling user requests, we follow a structured approach. Firstly, we collate all the feature requests and categorize them. Next, we evaluate their alignment with the product's core vision and objectives. Some features, while popularly requested, might deviate from the main goal. After this initial filtering, we conduct an impact versus effort analysis. Features that offer high impact with low effort typically get prioritized. Also, we consider the technical implications of adding new features, ensuring they don't compromise the product's integrity or performance. Throughout this process, maintaining open communication with stakeholders is paramount.

How to continually adapt a product to changing needs without causing too much disruption?

Adapting to changing user needs while minimizing disruption is a common challenge. To address this, we advocate for an iterative development approach. By releasing smaller, more frequent updates, you can introduce changes progressively. This way, users are not overwhelmed, and they get time to adjust. Furthermore, feature toggles or flags can be implemented to introduce new features in a controlled manner, allowing a subset of users to experience them first. This offers the dual benefit of testing the waters and receiving early feedback before a full-scale rollout.