A new word: 'hexocode'
Today, I have created a new word. I am writing it here so nobody can steal it from me.
The word is: hexocode
What does 'hexocode' mean? In a programming source code, the 'hexocode' is everything around the real code logic, like: imports, function definitions, comments, inline documentation and so on.
In low-code programming, the 'hexocode' is every part of the code that can be machine generated.
In fact, in low-code programming, you can focus on the logic and data manipulation, while leaving all the nitty and gritty details to the code generator. We can say you are filling the hexocode.
I invented this word while writing the documentation of my Flow2Code tool.