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I recently discovered the world of no-code tools. I'm impressed at how many tools there are available that make creating an online business so easy for non-technical people. This includes not only simple stuff like blogs, landing pages, etc. but also complicated websites (online communities, marketplaces, directories) as well as software and apps.

There are a few communities that offer free resources to learn more about how to use various no-code tools, for example Build & operate businesses without code | Makerpad or The Home of No-Code: A curated directory of resources and tools for non-techs.

In the past, I used to choose WordPress as a default for a new project. But with time I grew so tired of how complicated it was to combine different themes and plug-ins that these no-code tools are definitely the future for me (and I'm sure for most people, too).

Just to give you some examples, with Adalo - Build Your Own No Code App you can build your own app. You can take an existing template, modify it, and launch your own app.

With The best way to build web apps without code | Bubble you can build web apps easily, for example CRMs, directories and listings, marketplaces, online communities, and more. It seems that with the proliferation of this tools the coding skills will get less relevant and your marketing skills will become even more crucial.

What are your favorite no-code tools and other resources?
 
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Astra and Elementor. Not much coding needed (none at all really) but I see what you mean by having to worry about plugins and conflicts, security risks etc all the time.
 

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Wow no-code game creation. That's crazy.

Astra and Elementor. Not much coding needed (none at all really) but I see what you mean by having to worry about plugins and conflicts, security risks etc all the time.

Yeah that's true these are no-code tools, too though like you said, a lot can go wrong.
 
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Nice list. Some obvious suggestions but also some interesting ideas and resources.
 

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