👩💻 Low Code VS No Code?
What's the difference and what do you like more?
CEO @ NoCodeFamily
In my opinion, "pure no-code" are tools for non-coders or with very little software mindset necessary. There's a grey area between no-code and low-code where you might be in an "advanced no-code tool" which will require a lot of software mindset and understanding of databases, apis etc... These are on the bridge between being low-code or no-code. Technically, low-code tools were initially introduced for software developers to do a lot more in a much shorter time. So a lot of them in the industry are currently still very heavy for a developper audience. However, it's becoming more and more common to find low-code tools where the most complex part is the logic behind and the capability to add custom code. We're helping people at https://nocodefamily.com by the way finding the right tools for their use cases and need. We're early on, but have helped great startups from top accelerators (YC,EF,Station F) get to where they want. So feel free to DM me.
Founder of Versoly
No code are tools you can use without docs/tutorials. Low code requires tutorials. Even if you don't actually code anything. Lots of tools say they're no code but require you to understand code. The worst part is they don't give you access to the code so you learn their UI and have 0 skills you can use else where. Kind of the reason i built https://versoly.com/ is I wanted a no code tool that could become a low code tool if needed for flexibility. The platform also gives you access to code so you learn valuable skills you can use in other no/low code tools.
Tech, drums, doggies, coffee by the kilo
Call me crazy but I like code-code. Sure, I use libs and apis, but I find a lot of pre-packed solutions are great for rapid deployment, but no so great for doing exactly what I want, how I want it. Still, if it's between no-code and low-code, I'll take low-code.
CEO at Jetveo
No code is like playing with Legos because you build your website with preexisting pieces. It is easier to learn but more limited in flexibility. With low code, you can build more complex apps, like internal systems, but sometimes you need to write script, code, or templates; there is enough flexibility in low-code platforms to do that.