33+ Best No Code Tools you will love
These are some of the best no code tools I've used personally and know you will love too. Whatever you want to build, there's a good chance these tools may be able to help.
This is awesome, I see some tools I don't know yet there (Paperform, Coda...), Thanks !
Hey @moniquesexperiments thank you for the kind words and saying it's awesome :) - Oh yeah Coda is great and Paperform is amazing too! Highly recommend :)
Great list. What did you use to build this website? Is this no-code as well :-)
Thank you! Haha of course. Mainly Webflow and Airtable for this project 😊
Awesome resource, thanks. And an equally awesome logo.
Thank you @TequilaJack :)
No-code movement is awesome. I really liked the suggestions, the animated logo- not so much, but it wasn't too bad of a distraction.
Have you maybe considered doing affiliate marketing for the companies you're promoting as you're pretty much doing free advertising for them? I think that could be cool for you as probably you would be able to earn extra revenue, and at the same offer more value to your visitors through deals
Hi @block thanks for the comment. Glad you like the article + appreciate the feedback with the gif.
It's a good idea doing affiliate and has potential yes but did this really just to provide free value for the community. Did this write up + my other resources as a passion of mine in this case rather than affiliate. Going to do some other projects that will be more focused on affiliate for sure.
The animated logo is really distracting. Hard to focus on the actual content.
Hey @ebakken appreciate the feedback, will consider not making the header menu sticky.
In my opinion, the "no-code" trends is going everywhere. If now, a "no-code" tool is a only a tool, so every Saas is a no-code, and then, it's non-sense
You list template builder, email company, zapier,..
Great article, but it lists more "automation" tools than "no-code" tools
Great list @dansiepen. Really enjoyed reading through them. Given that some tools offer similar features it would be great to see a version of this which is the 'list of tools every startup should know about' ie 1 from each category and cover all the areas a startup should be thinking about; data analytics, UX monitoring, Customer Support etc
Hi @Ronana really glad you like the list and really good suggestion in terms of layering it out. I actually did wrote a piece as well on 75+ best marketing tools I like which may help with what you're looking for: https://www.dansiepen.io/best-startup-marketing-tools :)
Just pinned this as a tab to go back to anytime I need a reminder there's probably a quicker way to build something. Thank you!
That's amazing to hear @michaelmeloni :) - I will be keeping it updated too. More tools to come as I use/try them out :) - Any feedback you have or questions let me know!
What's more amazing than this article is your Webflow site (so cool/fun)! Did you build it yourself?
Haha so glad you like it :) - As you can imagine, took a lot of time to create but totally worth it with comments like this. Yep, built on myself on Webflow :)
Thanks, @dansiepen and @shooting_unicorns. Using pory.io I could take my idea from words and thoughts to a real website.
No worries @scooch :) - Pory is amazing and seen lots of good reviews and tweets about Pory!
@scooch what are you going to build? :)
A no prior experience job board to help fresh graduates or changing career peers find jobs with no previous experience in the field.
Oh awesome! I like it :)
Awesome list Dan.
Thank you @kidino :)
Thanks for the list...def. will go through it and I'm sure I'll be able to find some new tools I didn't know before!
No worries @Wenzel :) - Absolutely! Let me know which ones you discover.
I loved the UI of your website. <3
Thank you heaps @nanowhiz 😊🙌
Looks great Dan! You went all out on this one!
Thanks @veebuv I really appreciate it! Put quite a bit of time into this not going to lie haha :)
Excellent @dansiepen Love it.
Thank you :)
This is an amazing resource. Thank you so much for putting it together!
Oh thanks Max, I really appreciate it! Glad you like it :)
That web page is slightly overwhelming...
In a good or bad way? Keen for feedback :)
It's easier than ever to build powerful apps and websites without code.