I am using a NoCode web builder Zoho Sites with reasonable happiness, know I can do better from a design point of view but have seen more attractive sites done with it.
The only problem is that they don't easily support embedding movies, you have to use a YouTube widget which is not what I want, I've currently got gifs on Touchgram.com rather than more compact mp4s.
I've also used Carrd Pro for some quick landing page sites & highly recommend.
Currently stewing about selecting a noCode solution for a little side-project, starting as a utility to scratch an itch. Some of the eval
I posted the following appeal in a few places:
Picking no/lowCode tool that can delight & scale
I have a side-project/problem to solve which I can possibly solve with just Airtable but thought would be a good chance to learn a bit more about other noCode tools. Looking for a tool recommendation to build a web app that matches:
If you are a vendor and are also interested in having an in-depth, independent article written about the tool, feel free to recommend yourself but be warned if you have weak points, they are likely to be called out. I'm also very fair and happy to rave about truly impressive experiences! This is not a project that's going to happen fast so no promises as to how soon such material would come out. I may also write it up as a series as I go, more Developer Diary style.
Any key points about the selection process I've missed?
(No this is not a pivot from Touchgram, but something I wanted to do a better job of than just stuffing odd things into Evernote and realised I've possibly identified a useful niche market, plus want to have real idea of how hard these tools are to build with)
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I've been looking to try something new for knowledge/documentation storage for a little while now. Confluence has always been there, but I find it to be relativly limited for the cost and additiona...