We entered into a limited beta after much testing and debugging and are ready to have a limited release to the world. We also received multiple feature requests and feedback on the product to help us better it including adding cloud functions, action events, and other requests.
After a few months of developing and building multiple highly manual and customized versions for clients interested, I finished building the MVP for NoCodeDB and entered into an alpha stage with such clients. I also began utilizing NoCodeDB internally and for any Webflow project taken on at Pital & Co, my low-code development agency.
After being hired dozens of times to add backends, convert Airtables/Google Sheets, and add database functionality into Webflow, I began asking my clients if they would prefer if I built a tool that could do this for them or at the very least, a tool I can use to do what they were asking me to do much, much quicker thus saving them money. Some said yes, of course!