Counting "users" when pricing nocode tools.

There seems to be a big divide between nocode tools which are intended for inhouse use only and those which may be used to build public-facing products.

I have a side project I'm interested in tackling with a noCode tool, partly as learning activity and partly because it's a minor itch to scratch.

I posted a long list of points on a few places, most response so far on Indie Hackers

One of the things this little exercise made me puzzle over is the sometimes-unspoken intended use. It becomes clearer when you look at how prices escalate.

AWS Honeycode is moderately explicit _ free to use for teams with up to 20 members_ and it's $9.99/month for each additional member. doesn't mention users or authorisation limits.


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