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What is the best no code software to hack a B2B web app that requires web forms to be sent from businesses to their clients?

My app needs a UI for businesses, a web forms functionality where users can submit texts and attach documents, an SMS API (thinking of using Twilio). Is Airtable sufficient for the DB, what to use for the business-facing UI?

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qthdh's avatar
2 years ago

Most likely AirTable will be sufficient.

As for the UI, I suggest either:

  • Bubble.io offers a great level of customization. It's not the easiest to use—but it's still a no-code builder, so not too hard either—but you'll be able to do pretty much anything you want.
  • Stacker.app. I haven't tried personally but some people in the community use it, and from what I've seen it seems a very capable builder.
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@i_am_edward8 (replying to @qthdh )
2 years ago

thank you so much @qthdh! seems like the 3 of them will be a perfect fit...

do you think that i'll be able to utilize twilio's SMS functionality to send business-specific forms via bubble or stacker?

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@maguay (replying to @i_am_edward8 )
2 years ago

Yup, vouching for Zapier on the SMS side—I’ve sent Twilio SMS via Google Sheets using Zapier for years, and the same would work with Airtable.

As far as the web form to submit data goes—you might be able to use Airtable’s built-in forms to let people submit data if you want.

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@i_am_edward8 (replying to @maguay )
2 years ago

thank you @maguay

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@qthdh (replying to @i_am_edward8 )
2 years ago

Definitely.

Either directly from within Bubble, or at the very least by using Zapier.

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@i_am_edward8 (replying to @qthdh )
2 years ago

thank you @qthdh

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