Early this week, in addition to the No Code Software list, I put a No Code Resources list live. nocodelist.co/resources
I started with 9 resources and tweeted about each one to launch the feature. Now there are now 17 on the list.
The idea came about because some of the software submissions I was getting were for educational stuff, plugins, etc. They're not exactly software, but they're valuable for my visitors. Made sense to separate them out, give them unique categories, and add some resource-specific data points to each one.
General No Code List progress since last milestone: