Bubble is web development framework and a visual programming tool. It enables non-technical people to build production-ready web and mobile apps without code.
Nikolai MarkovichQuickly 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.
Guillaume Bardet- Working on Qlearly.com/betaNot 100% sure fi this will do it actually, but I think they might have some of the things you are looking for. You should check out what they offer and their apps!
MediumEmmanuel 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.
Indie HackersHello! 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.
AlleyWatchWhen 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
Product HuntThese 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.
ComputerworldFor 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.