What I’m thinking about
This week I published my latest blog post all about My Top 5 No Code Tools of 2020
and through writing this it really got me thinking about how these No Code tools are becoming a huge growth area and breaking down barriers to entry when creating online businesses.
Especially when validating new ideas, bringing them to market quickly and getting critical feedback from early users, websites like NoCode.tech
, host a whole host of tools geared towards creating powerful, production ready websites and apps without having to touch code.
Even though I do believe no code is really changing the game and creating a more exciting, rapid paced and competitive tech market, I still love code and am still a huge advocate of people - not just designers - learning to code, or at least have some fundamental computer science knowledge. Not only will it smoothen out the learning curve of no code tools, but also reduces the risk attached to running your app on a specific tool or SaaS in a similar way you shouldn’t put all your savings into one company stock.
My favorite things this week
So I thought it would be fitting to list down some of my top no code related tools, resources and tech.
Bubble - allowing you to build powerful, interactive, data driven web apps.
N8N - visually create scalable automation workflows in a delightful way.
Landbot - powerful, intuitive and delightful visual Chatbot builder.
Vone - no code native app building.
Makerpad - learn to build tools for work and fun without code.
NoCode - Discover no code tools.
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