I was just reading an article in a MagPi booklet about GPIOZero. The article mentioned how this nice Python library for physical computing got it's name. It was basically designed with "Zero boilerplate philosophy" in mind.
I actually liked that very much, because I thinks that "zero boilerplate" is an important ingredients for beginners to learn coding... but also for more advanced users to learn a new framework.
I think that having "zero-boilerplate" frameworks is sometimes more important than having "low-code" or "no-code" environments.
What is your opinion?
What other framework / libraries / environments do you know that embrace the "Zero boilerplate philosophy"
When reading that article, I realized that codeguppy.com - the site that I'm using to show about coding to kids and teens is also following the same philosophy.