When you are learning NoCode - it's essential to have a place where you can learn new skills and educate yourself.
There are many good places where you can get content, but unfortunately, they are costly.
I believe that people should have free access to such content, and therefore: am so excited to launch NoCode Tutorials today.
WeLoveNoCode tutorials is a free database of NoCode lessons for such tools as Bubble, Webflow, Zapier and hundreds more!
Add your own tutorial and get a $300 promo code for Adalo - the most popular NoCode tool for building mobile apps
💁 As a user of 30+ nocode platforms, you might find it very frustrating to keep yourself informed on the latest news about your favorite tools.
🚀 Here comes WeLoveNoCode Community - one single place to discuss, learn and unite with other great nocode developers.
P.S. By the way, it's also built with nocode 😏
So proud to share that today we wrote our first article on Indie Hackers that got more than 40+ upvotes within the first hours.
"From $0 to $35k MRR in 8 months"
Thank you guys for the support
I am so excited to announce that we launch No-code Stack today on Product Hunt! THis is our 2nd-time on Product Hunt
Introducing No-Code Stack!
This app will understand your idea and advise you on the best no-code tools you can use for your project. And it's absolutely free
I would really appreciate your support! ❤
It's been a long slog to get here, but WeLoveNoCode just passed 200 Paying Customers! This has been the result of several efforts, including blogging, social media marketing, press, and podcast appearances.
It's a real enjoyment to see that people actually need what you are building
Launched on Product Hunt Today.
Today we launched WeLoveNoCode on Hacker News and got to the front page! Overall it resulted in 17,000 pageviews and almost 100 new signups. Here are three lessons I learned:
Refine your website before launching. There were several typos and errors on my site that I could've fixed beforehand if I'd asked a few friends for their opinions.
Submit multiple times if you have to. This was my third time submitting attempt in two weeks. The first two didn't make it to the front page, but this one did.
I'm excited for what comes next!
People don't need coders anymore.