Any resources to learn no-code development?

Hi Fam, I am a non techie planning to build a mobile app for myself. From my research it seems bubble is a good way to proceed, but I am unable to start off as its a little confusing. Any resource suggestion that might help me with this? Also, I want to build a very simple android app (eg. a notes taking app), do you think bubble is a good tool or should I use something else?

  1. 2

    Bubble is good for web apps, but not quite as good for mobile apps.

    If you're looking for a mobile app, I'd recommend two options

    1. Glide (if you are okay with a progressive web app that cannot be downloaded in the App Store)
    2. Adalo: I think Glide is easier to use, but with Adalo you can publish to the Google Play Store or App Store.

    You might find my in-depth no-code tool guide helpful: https://nocode.mba/guide-full

    Let me know if you have any questions!

  2. 2

    Hi - bubble seems like a great tool! Also, bubble is the most powerful platform, so if you learn it you'll be able to transfer the skills for other apps as well.

    Feel free to email us at [email protected] for a discount if you'd like to sign up for nocodify.com

Trending on Indie Hackers
How do you decide what idea to work on? 55 comments Design & UI/UX takes me so long- am I doing everything wrong? 32 comments My new self destructing notes app is on product hunt today. Would love some support. 7 comments Looking for feedback on a note-taking tool focused on your personal interests. 7 comments An Idea to get a better overview of your Reddit posts. 2 comments Bad news for Indie Hackers... 2 comments