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No-code movement


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No-code movement is a new approach to website and app development. It doesn't require technical knowledge. 

 - People want a simple place. No one wants to master their technical skills just to share a photo or write a post. That's why many used GeoCities, MySpace, Facebook, etc. Technical support takes care of people's pages and lets them an opportunity to focus on their needs.
 - People want to start fast. Many individuals or business owners choose social networks as their first digital presence because they want to start today.
 - People want to be heard. Creating hidden masterpieces doesn't interest the majority of people in our time. So, people look for a place where they can achieve their goal — to have support, to be popular, to earn money, etc.
Social networks aren't no-code examples because they force users to play on their rules and cares about their profit instead of customers. 
No-code is a good response to people's needs, but without huge investments and long terms. It fits with people having an idea, with ones who knew what they going to do. Instead of selling ideas, they can start to implement ones.




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These GUI-based tools have extended far beyond static sites to fully functional applications. In less than an hour you can create a:

Beautifully responsive CMS-driven site using Webflow
Ecommerce shop with Shopify
Facebook Messenger bot for your shop powered by Octane AI
Web app using Bubble
Mobile app with Thunkable
Voice app using Voiceflow[1] (I created a joke bot in 10 minutes)
Complex web app combining Zapier and Airtable
Simple single page website with Carrd
Paid newsletter with Substack
AR/VR/3D experience in your browser with Scapic
Online magazine hosted by Readymag
Turn a Google Sheet into a website with Sheet2Site
Internal dashboards and tools with Retool
There are also “no code” focused resources like Zeroqode, NoCode, and MakerPad.

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