πŸ“» β€” The Rise of No-Code: Now, It’s About Access and Distribution

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Good morning yeniverse!

For many of us creators, especially yenizens, we know all about #nocode and the great possibilities that lie within many of the platforms that exist today. But it would be a lie to say that it’s “mainstream”; it’s anything but.

The next 10 years will be ensuring that more folks have more access to these types of powerful creator tools and I’ll continue to highlight them in the daily links as well as larger resources, like the one via Formstack below.

Our future is bright!

Also, don’t forget about open #yenHOURS! We had a fun time hanging last night!

  1. New adventures. Strangers. Dear Papa. Advertising works. Crisis.
  2. Need BTC. Purifier. Pissbot. Tools. Hitchhiker’s Guide. Vice aff?
  3. Pretend. Belonging at work. Coffee. Not greener. Crux? Reddit map.
  4. Useful. Community building framework. Lies. Africa! Bridges.
  5. Keywords. Discord transparency. Bitcoin mining on a Gameboy.
  6. Good idea. Unbundle insta. I built it, no one showed. No FLOC.
  7. Some of us. Gardens. Best career path. Will Smith. LA Platform.
  8. Bookmarking Twitter. Every noise. Substack’s biz model.
  9. Say hey. Segmenting. Soft places. What did we lose? Canadian tech.
  10. Hideki!! Community funnel. Super-fucking creepy. Lonely.

To infinity & community,

john


I wasn’t able to get to the panel yesterday but Formstack opened up a really great overview of NoCode and I had to share some of the better quotes from the site:

No-code is creating a new revolution in tech (and the world) because it’s giving the power of software development to the masses. It’s no longer the small percentage of the world that can code that can develop their idea.

Now anyone with an internet connection can build software. Think of all the ideas and solutions we’re missing because it’s been inaccessible to develop software.

Lacey Kesler β€” Head of Education at Adalo and Founder of Women in No-Code

Oh.

No-code is a type of software development that allows anyone to create digital applications without writing a single line of code. It involves using tools with an intuitive, drag-and-drop interface to create a unique solution to a problem.

The resulting solution can take many formsβ€”from building mobile, voice, or ecommerce apps and websites to automating any number of tasks or processes.

Okay:

No-code tools empower everyone, everywhere to be able to drive meaningful change. They enable people to work more effectively, innovate faster, and deliver better outcomes. It’s a toolset that gives confidence to the average employee to really leverage technology to be more successful, without needing technical skills or knowing how to write code.

Gene Farrell β€” Chief Product Officer at SmartSheet

Cool:

The no-code movement opens up the ability to create software to dramatically more people. It enables entrepreneurs, designers, and non-coding employees to solve valuable real-world problems with software – from product prototypes to workflow automations. The no-code movement will become an important catalyst of economic growth over the next decade.

Vlad Magdalin β€” Co-Founder and CEO of Webflow

Sweet:

No-code is an ecosystem of tools and platforms that use a completely drag-and-drop, visual interface to create reusable software without actually writing any code. No-code has taken complicated, software-related tasks and made them accessible to the 99 percent.

Nile Frater β€” Founder of NoCode.Tech

I dig it:

No-code tools allow you to create apps and processes, such as really complex and sophisticated surveys and forms, without writing any code. They use a drag-drop-point-click format to design what you want, then you tell it what to do in English as opposed to some coded language.

Tara Reed β€” Founder of Apps Without Code

The world is rapidly changing and so are the required skills to make it all work.

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