There's a lot of buzz going around the web dev world regarding Nocode, but a ton of these do the same thing and kind of miss the point of why they are to be used in the first place.
These tools are not just another Website/App builder, but actual tools that will help you develop/scale your existing apps/websites which solve production use cases.
I have used this and you will be surprised how well it works. The name says PWA Builder, but in fact it makes your PWAs - actual android apps which you can host on the Google play store, these are small light weight apps which are hardly like 1 - 2 MB in size.
PS, they even have a neat PWA component library, like Auth, Contact Picker, Install component, which you can use in your PWAs.
Another tool that I have fallen in love with recently, imagine building internal admin panels without code with charts, APIs, form collections, all with a drag and drop interface.
You can even connect it directly to your Mysql, PGSQL databased right within this tool.
I am surprised by how many complex use cases it handles.
PS - it's all open source and they even have the hosted version for free(for now).
I have been seeing NoCodeApi being built and grow since the beginning and I cannot stress enough how useful and polished this tool is, you need not read the docs of third party APIs, set up separate servers, write code, handle auth, tokens, API keys etc. All you need is an account and just get started using APIs from Google, Instagram, Twitter, Airtable, Slack and there are literally tons of other platform APIs you can use in your projects.
PS, I have seen the next update of NoCodeApi and Danish is making something really amazing for developers called Dev APIs.
I am not exactly sure what to call this platform, because it does so many things you won't believe. Think of it like Zapier + IFTTT + Glitch + Firebase Database combines.
It has all the automation magic and it gives you the complete flexibility of writing code, it even lets you add/edit their own hooks. Pipedream even allows you to save data on an actual database
People sending newsletters, you know how hard it is to make good looking emails, letter is simple yet powerful, it can import data like images, titles, descriptions from links. right in their builder
6. Mail 4 Good
For sending 10,000 emails, Mailchimp charges you $200, Mail4Good does it for $1 (I am not kidding). The thing is you need to host it yourself, it is open source and it uses Amazon SES behind the curtains which makes it so cheap.
Descript is like magic for Independent video makers, it generates a transcript, editing videos is a breeze with this platform. Their website says video editor that works like a doc and I could not agree more.
Just look at their demo video and you will understand what I am talking about.
BannerBear automates Image generation for you, you just need to pass along some parameters to its API, and it will make the poster, image, text embedding, image resizing on the fly.
You can even generate these images on the bulk by uploading them to Airtable or google sheets.
Super lets you use Notion as your CMS. It even lets you connect custom domains to the site that is generated.
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