Can you really build a data-heavy app with NoCode? 🥴
Thank you for subscribing to NoCode Weekly. This is Issue #4 which means the newsletter has been live for a month 🤩. We are almost at the 75 follower mark, plus a new project in the works - keep an eye on our twitter feed!
You will see some user feedback incorporated into this issue. The 'Feature' section focuses on lesser known products and is less verbose. 👍 or 👎? Reply here .
Kelp lets you use NoCode to rapidly develop, deploy and operate interactive data-driven applications.
Try it on your next big project. Kelp claims to give you the tools for a full-cycle app development from design to deployment to administration and monitoring. Funny thing is, this app is so new that we couldn't find any training or how-to videos online. But you can request early access and try it out yourself. Let us know how you like it!
@whit4th and I have a collab coming next week.— Paul Yacoubian (@PaulYacoubian) January 28, 2021
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Over the past couple of weeks we saw NoCode platforms like Softr, Stacker and Webflow announce new funding rounds. This week's a throwback to mid-2020 when Qoins, a Bubble app (no, seriously) raised a $750k funding round!
For some weekend inspiration, check out Webflow's original MVP they presented at Ycombinator.
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