Quickly create fully functional web-apps (UI, logic and database). Start out for free and then migrate to subscription fee (hosting included). Tons of plugins (Stripe, Zapier, social networks, etc) and API capabilities.
Just started using Bubble and it's been great so far - I haven't found any other tool that allows you to build something so quickly and includes a bunch of plugins and design tools. They have a bunch of tutorial videos and even some quick courses to help you get started. You can also use it to build great mobile web apps and even native iOS and Android app…See more
One of the best paid applications I use to make more web applications.
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When most people learn that a project requires coding, they recoil in fear - at least those of us without technical backgrounds. Visionaries often have the ideas but don't have the technical chops to execute. Bubble is a visual programming language that requires no prior coding knowledge that allows you to program what you want with a simple to use point and…See more
Hello! I'm Emmanuel, co-founder of Bubble. Bubble is a visual programming tool that lets people built web apps entirely visually, instead of writing code. The apps that can be built can have a back-end with a custom database, connect to any kind of API, use community-built plugins, and more.
Emmanuel Straschnov is the maker of Bubble, a powerful general-purpose visual framework that lets you create web applications by simply pointing and clicking. Born in Paris, he met his co-founder shortly after completing his MBA at Harvard Business School and is now based in New York City.
These days, it's hard to launch a startup without knowing how to code-or hiring someone who does. But, when you have basically no budget early in your company's life, it isn't always feasible to drop five figures (or more) on hiring a web or app developer.
For years now, I've been getting pitches from companies that promised to make application development as easy as finger painting. Instead of lines of code that mean very little to anyone other than a few pointy heads, these platforms all take some kind of stab at a drag-and-click, point-and-shoot tool to create web applications.
A massive company probably has plenty of engineers on staff and the resources to build a complex backbone of interconnected information that can contain tons of data and make acting on it easy - but for smaller companies, and for those that aren't technical, those tools aren't very accessible.
Airtable has raised $52 million in Series B funding led by Caffeinated Capital and CRV. Airtable's app uses a simple spreadsheet interface to make it easy to build custom apps. It also launched a new product, called Blocks, to make it easier to use Airtable to build an app.
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From small town fire departments to studios handling post production on major motion pictures, we've seen teams of all shapes and sizes achieve more when they're empowered to work the way they want-not the way their software demands. Starting today, you can take your bases (and, dare we say, your work) to the next level with Airtable Blocks.
Love Actiondesk! You can basically control all your company data from one spreadsheet with no code. You save so much time and engineering resources! It really becomes easy to build automations. Oh, and did I mention it was without code? :P
Do you still think building powerful automation requires the most advanced technical skills? WRONG. With Actiondesk you can automate processes and transform data thanks to your existing spreadsheet skills. Fast learning curve. 10X your productivity in a few clicks. Focus on your business.
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I'm Jonathan, the CEO & cofounder of ActionDesk. We let business teams easily automate their processes using only their spreadsheet skills, saving them tons of time.
"Actiondesk enables us to gather relevant and actionable KPIs for each our client in the one tool our account managers use: Hubspot" Gregoire Veron, Gymlib COO About Gymlib Gymlib is a subscription marketplace that lets users access any gym in France and Belgium. They initially started as a B2C service but then pivoted to a B2B2C service.