Adalo Review

Overview Adalo is a NoCode tool for creating both web and native applications. Their stated goal is to make creating apps as easy as creating a slide deck. The editor uses a simple drag and drop interface that lets you create pages as though they are slides. Adalo was founded […]

Glide Review

Overview Glide is a NoCode tool for building web applications. These apps use a spreadsheet for their data and they currently support Google Sheets, Excel or Airtable for the data store. Glide creates progressive web apps which very similar to native applications in their appearance. Glide excels at creating great […] Review

Overview is a NoCode tool for building web applications without code. It is built by Bubble Group, Inc. which was founded by Emmanuel Straschnov and Josh Haas in 2012 and is based in New York. Emmanuel and Josh bootstrapped the company for seven years before raising 6MM from SignalFire […]

An Introduction to NoCode

NoCode is revolutionizing how applications are being built. It is allowing anyone with basic computer knowledge to translate their ideas into websites and applications. In the past, building an application required either learning how to write code or hiring a developer to do it for you. NoCode has changed this […]

How to Test Your NoCode App Like a Boss

The promise of NoCode is appealing in that it allows anyone to create web, mobile and native applications without having to learn a traditional programming language. Filling out a form and using your mouse to configure an application has an exponentially lower learning curve than learning how to write programs […]

The Creator Economy & NoCode

While the Creator Economy and the NoCode movement are related they are indeed separate. The creator economy is comprised of individuals who are all independently building digital businesses. These creators can be social media influencers, videographers, bloggers as well as the people building software that helps them produce, distribute and […]

Why NoCode Is Actually Good for Engineers

There has long been tension between traditional developers and the use of NoCode tools. Developers are often resistant to non-developers writing applications because they either fear that they are encroaching on their role or because they are concerned that it will produce solutions that are harder to scale and more […]