Low-code doesn't mean low maturity.
Traditional approaches to writing software are still very valid. In fact, Axacraft is very much "pro-code." The problem with some coded software solutions is that they are often built with obtuse, system-specific coding languages that make them incredibly difficult to maintain, even by highly skilled software developers. This “pro code” is still used in many applications, but it is no longer the only option. The reason is because low-code tools are now incredibly powerful compared to just a few years ago.