You can do a lot of stuff with its UI and UX. It's pretty convenient. It's much better than just doing with Angular or React as they don't provide this robust capability for working with lots of stuff regarding UI/UX.
You can do a lot of plumbing code. As it has these JET codebooks, basically a lot of features are already in place.
You can use plugins on it for Eclipse and you can connect many features within the development environment. You can use GitLab to export almost all in-line path source code. There are no vendor locks in terms of your host's publishing code. You can basically have your entire code on-prem and you can use advanced capabilities to develop your UI/UX and your code and connect to the REST services. You can avoid costly React developers that are required for building advanced UI.
If companies are involved in a lot of UI/UX and developing backend and cloud enablement it is a good option.
In terms of master builder forms, pop-up forms, this kind of stuff, it's amazing.
The initial setup is easy.