I want to build a no-code website and app for my product.
Frontend - I need an editor so that I can edit templates.
Sign up - Managing database.
Users profile - Connecting tools to send information back.
What tools would you recommend?
I definitely suggest trying Webflow, great product, easy integration. Learning the design take some time but it worths.
When I first got into the NoCode game two years ago, I was all about Zapier. It's great, it opens up possibilities, but..
Integromat is the solution you're looking for if you want a true scalable product.
My advice: instead of trying to go nocode, go for LowCode. You'll need to learn CSS/HTML to get dangerous, but it unlocks so much more
Data → Logic → Interface
You should try DronaHQ. It's easy to use, offers a marketplace of ready-to-use apps, cloud-based storage/database and easy and quick integrations. It also offers automations, workflows (for backend) and action flows (for frontend) for customized business logic, and rules. Bonus - it's for both web and mobile-based apps.
Curious: What features do you need in your website and app? That'd likely change what would be best for your site in particular.
In other similar discussions on Capiche, Zapier, Webflow, and Integromat were all recommended for no-code development. Another similar discussion on best tools to build an MVP saw a few interesting combos:
@amit143addy I think it still comes down to what you're looking to achieve. There are definitely lots of tools (i.e. those mentioned already), options and approaches one can take. Depending on what your use cases are, you may want to look at tools like Adalo, Softr, Bravostudio, etc. and if you're thinking of gating content/products, memberships, etc, I think there are better tools geared towards that. If your use case is related to the delivery of training or consultative services, I think there are totally different options for that.
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